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Sabrina Hahn ’10 and Justin Lubliner ’08 Featured in Forbes “30 Under 30” List

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HM alumni Sabrina Hahn'10 and Justin Lubliner '08 were recognized in an outstanding group of young leaders by Forbes magazine, when it announced its 2021 "30 Under 30" honorees.

Hahn recently became the director of Pace Gallery in both the U.S. and Europe, the youngest director ever appointed to lead the gallery. Representing such iconic artists as Mark Rothko, Sam Gilliam, and Agnes Martin in her role, Hahn was approached by Pace in the wake of her success as founder of Hahn Fine Art. She is also the author of four children's books about art – The ABC’s of Art, 123’s of Art, Animals in Art, and Bedtime with Art – which have been Amazon #1 new releases and are sold at the Met, MoMA, and the Guggenheim, among other museums. The ABC’s of Art was named the Best Book of the Year by Vanity Fair in 2019. Hahn has donated thousands of copies of the books to children's hospitals, and is also an angel investor. Hahn has also visited the Nursery Division to share her book with some of our youngest students.

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Lubliner, who was named to the 2019 Forbes “30 Under 30” list, was honored this year as one of three Forbes “30 Under 30” All-Star Alumni, along with superstars Salina Gomez and Megan Thee Stallion. Lubliner was also named to this year’s Billboard magazine “40 Under 40” list. He founded Darkroom Records in 2014 and signed Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Billie Eilish when she was 14 years old. Since then, Eilish has won five Grammys, had the 2019 song of the year with “Bad Guy,” and has gone platinum many times over. Another Darkroom artist, Gryffin, sold 150,000 headline tickets in 2019 and achieved more than two billion streams. Lubliner has since signed Oliver Malcolm, Max Leone, and Cian Ducrot. On the side, he co-founded Stari, a Korean fan engagement app, and co-founded, with Eilish’s mother Maggie Baird, a charity called Support & Feed, to uplift needy populations during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.