Press Releases

Press Releases

Forbes "30 Under 30"
Energy 2019

2019 INFLUENCERS Rising Stars

With the help of family who was visiting Bangladesh last summer, I got raw water samples from across the Rohingya refugee camps tested for contaminants and designed a low-cost, no-power household filtration unit. 

Meanwhile, we ran a crowdfunding campaign for the initial pilot of 100 units. We exceeded our fundraising goal and will be delivering this solution to provide clean drinking water to 500 refugees, many of whom are children. It took a great deal of trial and error to create a solution that could filter the shockingly high contaminant levels, particularly bacteria and fluoride.

From The Business Journals

Interview with Thrive Global

A materials scientist and engineer, with an MBA degree from Duke University, Arsheen is combining her science background with her business knowledge to run her ventures in clean water and clean energy sectors. Recently named to 2019’s Forbes 30 under 30 list in the Energy category, Arsheen’s team is working on producing an array of innovative products including a graphene-based super capacitor to outcompete traditional energy storage devices today, such as the lithium-ion and lead acid batteries, in terms of efficiency, as well as eco-friendliness. 

From "Big ideas with founder and CEO of GOLeafe Arsheen Allam"

Triangle Business Journal
"40 Under 40"

2019 Women in Business Awards

Featured in InnovationFWD


Kyma president & CEO Keith Evans remarked, “We are excited to partner with GOLeafe to help bring their innovative graphene materials to market – a market that to date has been held hostage to more costly and less eco-friendly manufacturing approaches.”

GOLeafe co-founder and CEO Arsheen Allam added, “As a small startup with big plans, it has been a pleasure to grow our relationship with Kyma over the past three years. This agreement represents an important milestone for GOLeafe and we look forward to working closely with Kyma to engage with customers and begin GOLeafe’s transition to the commercialization stage.”