Grab all the details on the net worth of the innovator, social entrepreneur, and global advocate, Trisha Prabhu.
Trisha Prabhu is a 21-year-old innovator, social entrepreneur, and global advocate. She is the founder and inventor of the ReThink™, which is a patented technology and an effective way to detect and stop online hate. Trisha Prabhu is currently studying at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, USA.
As a young entrepreneur and the CEO of an outstanding company, Trisha has received worldwide acclaim in the business world. As the head of a successful tech company, Trisha has also made some significant bucks along with her growing fame. Below, we have compiled some information on the net worth of Trisha Prabhu and her earnings.
Trisha Prabhu holds an estimated net worth of $2 million. The 21-year-old innovator entrepreneur earned almost the entire amount of this money from her company ReThink.
Trisha Prabhu is one of the successful young entrepreneurs in the United States with a thriving business. She has received worldwide acclaim in the business world. Trisha was invited by then-President Barack Obama and the U.S. State Department in 2016 to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, to showcase her work and share her story with other entrepreneurs. Soon, her company ReThink was featured on ABC's hit T.V. show, 'Shark Tank.'
Trisha Prabhu holds an estimated net worth of $2 million.
In 2019, Trisha was the winner of Harvard University's President's Global Innovation Challenge & Harvard College's i3 entrepreneurial Challenge. She became the first-ever Harvard College freshman to win the Harvard University's President Innovation Grand Prize.
Trisha Prabhu is an advocate for the anti-cyberbullying movement. She and her company are committed to the cause and have brought tremendous changes to online bullying issues. For her work, Trisha was selected as a 2015 Global Teen Leader by the We Are Family Foundation, conferred the 2016 WebMD Health Hero of the Year Prodigy Award and received the Anti-Bullying Champion Award by the International Princess Diana Awards, the Global Anti-Bullying Hero Award from Auburn University, and the Upstander Legacy Celebration Award from the Tyler Clementi Foundation.
Trisha has also received several other awards, including the Daily Points of Light Honor, awarded by the George H. W. Bush Foundation for extraordinary social volunteering and service.
In late 2013, Trisha, 14 years old at the time, read the shocking news story of Rebecca Sedwick's suicide. Rebecca, a 12-year-old girl from Florida, had taken her own life after being cyberbullied for over a year and a half. Trisha was also a victim of cyberbullying herself, and she was deeply shocked and outraged by the incident.
Rebecca decided to create ReThink to stop online hate.
In order to do something about cyberbullying, Trisha created the patented technology product ReThink to end online hate. The technology detects and stops online hate at the source before the bullying occurs before the damage is done.
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