Scaling Up: SIRUM Has Tripled In Size And Isn’t Stopping Anytime Soon
October 1, 2015
Kiah Williams of SIRUM has been recognized as one of Forbes’ “30 Under 30” for Social Entrepreneurs and recently won $500,000 on the stage of the Under 30 Summit last week. Williams helped co-found SIRUM, which serves as the “Match.com for unused medicine” — a digital platform that helps nursing homes, pharmacies and hospitals redistribute the $5 billion in pharmaceuticals that end up in incinerators or waterways back to the 50 million Americans who cannot afford their meds — made legally possible by “Good Samaritan” laws passed in some 40 states across the U.S.
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