2011 Forty Under 40 – Annual issue showcasing men and women under the age of 40 who are influencing the Capital Region.

Since 1994, Business Report has showcased men and women under the age of 40 who are influencing decisions, capturing the entrepreneurial spirit and balancing bottom-line results with involvement in community and charitable activities.

Many of them dreamed of growing up to be doctors and lawyers and such. But this year’s group of Forty Under 40 winners includes not only leaders in health care and law, but also business, education, government and nonprofits.

In recognition of their personal and professional accomplishments, they are the 2011 recipients of Business Report‘s Forty Under 40 award.

More than 180 people were nominated this year, and prominent members of the business community were involved in the selection process.

B. Scott Andrews
Eiad Asbahi
Chris Brooks
Michael Buturla
Nikki Caldwell
Andrew Champagne
Russell “Joey” Coco
Ian Dallimore
Jay Ducote
Kacy Edwards
Kelly Finan
Andrew Freel
Joshua Holder
Susan Holliday
Chris Jones
Buster Kantrow
John Kaufman
Stafford Kendall
David Kerth
Kevin Kleinpeter
Brandon Landry
Jared Loftus
Corby Martin
J. Slater McKay
David Chip Mills
Jessica Woodman Monroe
Todd Monroe
Eddie Nunez
Melissa Parmelee
Cheryl Payne
Scott Ritter
Julie Scott
Tasha Shamlin
Brandon Smith
John Snow
Thomas R. Temple Jr
Colleen Waguespack
Czarina Walker
Giles Whiting
Kimberly Williams

Fast Facts
34.9 Average age of this year’s Forty Under 40 winners
39 Age of the oldest winners
26 Age of youngest winner
27 Winners who are men
13 Winners who are women

BY AGE
6 26-30
14 31-35
20 36-40

BY EMPLOYMENT SECTOR
5 Law
4 Health care
3 Education
3 Food and beverage
3 Nonprofit
3 Private sector
3 Small business
2 Architecture
2 Arts and entertainment
2 Athletics
2Public sector
1 Automotive
1 Consulting
1 Engineering
1 Finance
1 Interior design
1 Marketing
1 Media
1 Technology

Click here to view a PDF of the full cover package.

Click here to see a list of previous Forty Under 40 winners.

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