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40 Under 40 Honorees Announced by Alexandria Chamber of Commerce

ALEXANDRIA, VA–This morning the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce published its list of 40 Under 40 winners.

These 40 individuals will be celebrated at the 2018 40/40 Awards reception, presented by Beyer Subaru, to be held July 19th at the United Way Worldwide building.

Last year’s 2017 Class of 40 Under 40 at their awards reception. (Photo courtesy of the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce)

The 40 under 40 program was established in 2016 by the Chamber to recognize top men and women, age 40 and under, engaged in a variety of fields including business, technology, nonprofit management, civic life, public service, education, and the arts, who are shaping Alexandria for the future.

The 2018 Honorees:

Rana Abu Ghazaleh

Phillip Acosta

Ricardo F. Alfaro Ramos

Jessica Brown

Justin Carl

Keshaun R. Clark

Maria Elizabeth

Jason Alanzo Ellis

Tavares M. Floyd

Christine Friedberg

Adam John Froemming

Alyia Gaskins

Thomas A. Gibson

Matthew Gillette

Caroline Goree

Damien Hammond

Katie Hansen

David Harrell

Michael Herbstman

Alex Hume

Anthony Istrico

Brett John Johnson

Mike Johnson

Teddy Kim

Trae Lamond

Matthew McCarthy

Shayla S. McCullough

Marion Malissa McGee

Anh Nguyen

Devin Nolton

Brian Orrenmaa

Clarissa Katharine Pintado

Dylan Raycroft

Adriana Gómez Schellhaas

Katherine Slattery

Ru Toyama

Megan Walker

Dana Wedeles

Samantha Whiteside

Kiely Wilkerson

Winners were selected by a selection committee and evaluated on specific criteria including professional and scholastic accomplishments, community and volunteer impact, and their goals for future and lasting impact.

Click here for more information on the July 19th Reception!

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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