BOULDER — BizWest Media on Friday unveiled its 40 Under Forty honorees for 2016 in the Boulder Valley.
Forty of the top young professionals from Boulder and Broomfield counties will be profiled in BizWest and honored at an evening event to be held Feb. 17 at the Plaza Event and Convention Center, 1900 Ken Pratt Blvd. in Longmont. Selected by a panel of judges who are 40 Under Forty alumni, these best and brightest emerging leaders make a difference in their companies, industries and communities.
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Registration for this event will be available soon at www.fortyunderforty.com/bouldervalley.
The 2016 honorees are:
Meghan Altman, director of operations for Natural Capitalism Solutions
Josh Ashton, senior director of people operations for SendGrid
Andre Becklund, vice president/commercial lender for Citywide Banks
Matt Bonoma, partner, general manager and food and beverage practice director at Red Idea Partners
Michelle Brietzke, owner of La Momo Maes Bakery
Jordan Bunch, associate attorney at Holland and Hart LLC
Emily Burks, senior counsel at Community Energy
Matthew Burks, vice president for strategy and products at ESource
Matthew Burnett, financial adviser, UBS Financial Services
Hana Dansky, executive director of Boulder Food Rescue
Caitlin Finn, Concept 3D Inc., Lacuna LLC and Colorado Poverty Law Project
Joshua Goldberg, community and events manager at Left Hand Brewing Co.
Bianca Griffith, chief executive at Agua Inc.
Beau Haralson, founder and chief executive, Clymb Marketing
Scott Kanemoto, commercial producer at TrueNorth Insurance
Emilie Kintner, regional campus director at Galvanize
Kate Larson, senior water program manager at the Center for ReSource Conservation
Sean Maday, program director at Patriot Boot Camp
Brandi Mason, vice president for philanthropy at Friendship Bridge
Chad Melis, marketing director for Oskar Blues Brewery
Alina Nisenzon, associate general counsel for Zayo Group
Rebecca Novinger, director of client relations for Imagine!
Tim O’Shea, founder of Engage Colorado and TMO LLC
Nick Rancis, chief technology officer at Clear Comfort Water
Jennifer Rosenthal, partner at Kendall, Koenig and Oelsner, PC
Ashley Rumble, assistant director of development at the Emergency Family Assistance Association
Shannon Sackmann, membership director at Social Venture Partners Boulder County
Laurie Chin Sayres, director of media literacy education at Labragirl Film Project
Rachel Scott, vice president for marketing at Quick Left
Dan Secrist, commercial relationship manager at First National Bank
Jeremy Shevlin, Director of Client Advisory Services at Crestone Capital Advisors
Amy Sigrest, director of digital marketing at Metzger Albee Public Relations
Laura Smith, Program and Grants Coordinator for the School Food Project in the Boulder Valley School District
Kirsten Snobeck,senior associate at Rodwin Architecture and Skycastle Construction
Claire Tindall, senior director of marketing and public relations at Sphero
Adrianne Tracy, senior vice president at Centennial Bank
Nia Wassink, executive director of Voices for Children/CASA
Benjamin Wilmhoff, president and founder of BluFlux LLC
Adam Wilson, founder and chief scientist at Sphero
Lea Yancey, community sustainability specialist for Boulder County.
Corporate sponsors for 2016 include the Plaza Conference Center, Best Western Plus, Boulder Blooms, Boulderopolis, the Boulder Chamber, the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce, Boulder Young Professionals, and the Longmont Chamber’s neXt Young Professionals.