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CNBC Disruptor #8

George Kavallines | CNBC

Everyone at Udacity is elated with the news from CNBC, that we have been named to their prestigious Disruptor 50 list for a third time—and at #8, our highest ranking yet! It’s certainly thrilling to find ourselves in the company of such world-changing organizations as SpaceX, Airbnb, and Didi Chuxing. We appreciate the continued recognition from CNBC, and are excited that our efforts are having a sustained impact.

Disruption equates to change, and change informed by good intent is a powerful thing.

Udacity has grown from a big dream in a tiny room, to a global community comprised of hundreds of businesses, millions of passionate learners, dedicated educators, and forward-thinking industry collaborators who have come together to create a culture of success and achievement. Growth and change are made possible through collaboration, and the unifying desire to contribute meaningfully to progress.

“Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.” —Henry Ford

We collaborate with visionary industry leaders to ensure that what our customers’ employees learn are the most valuable and in-demand skills. And we bring the world’s leading experts into our programs to provide transformative instruction for our community. Together, we create the Udacity experience.

To receive this acknowledgement from CNBC offers us the opportunity to recognize the contributions of every member of our community, and best of all, it provides us the chance to thank our customers, partners and learners. To the 8 million, and counting, of you, thank you! There is no Udacity without you.

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Siya Raj Purohit
Siya Raj Purohit
Siya is a Program Manager at Udacity where she helps build and launch Nanodegrees. She is very passionate about all things STEM and is the author of "Engineering America". She loves learning about new startups, trying out all apps and exploring the San Francisco Bay Area.