40 Under Forty ReceptionJoin the New Hampshire Union Leader, Citizens Bank and the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire as we honor this year’s 40 Under Forty class.
When: March 18, 2015 – 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Grappone Conference Center – Concord, NH
The Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty program recognizes some of the state’s brightest young achievers who have a record of professional and volunteer accomplishments in New Hampshire.
Class of 2015
- Derek Barka: Bettering the lives of Litchfield's youth
- Kamal Basnet: Long journey: From Nepal to NH
- Audra Burns: Delivering and living the message of healthy living
- Carey Cahoon: Acting, directing, designing — Theatre KAPOW co-founder does it all
- Ryan Clouthier: Summertime job turned into career of helping people save money
- Fred Coolbroth Jr.: Like many lawyers, RYP attorney enjoys the challenge of solving problems
- Becca Copeland: A rewarding 'Year of Giving'
- Tate Curti: He caught the 'bug' for success in health care
- Matt Davis: A calling to serve patients who can't advocate for themselves
- Julie Demers: An expert at volunteering her time
- Edward Doyle: Music helps his students find their voice and moments of inspiration
- Steven Dutton: Coming back and giving back to New Hampshire has been the goal
- Justin Finn: Driven to volunteer and give back
- Simon George: A doctor and a friend to families throughout the life of their pets
- Kate Giaquinto: Understand what's happening in NH, and stay in NH
- Rich Grogan: Discovering NH's ingenuity
- Jill Sullivan Grueter: 'Pawsitive' help for animals
- Angela Hanscom: on a mission to get children on the move
- Jaime Hoebeke: Disease prevention, health care are important
- Adam Johnston: Family man always 'moving forward'
- Periklis Karoutas: Storytelling is 'part art, part science'
- Christopher Knapp: The right job in the right place means he 'couldn't be happier'
- Josh Lanzetta: Ski champion ready for law practice
- Ryan Leach: Happy to be back in Manchester
- Monica Leap: Architect of a thriving arts community
- Erik Lesniak: An important goal is to steer youth down the right path
- Jackie Martone: Love of a tidy home led to starting a thriving business
- Dan McKenna: He advocates for those faced with life-changing trauma
- Laura Mielke: Showing students the way to higher education
- Dan Mitchell: Working in education runs in the family, including the in-laws
- Grant Morris: Louisiana native found 'New Sky' here in New Hampshire
- Ben Morse: His parties have purpose
- Jeff Plante: Balancing work/family/sports is key
- Emily Porschitz: Keene's trendsetting advocate
- Alex Puglisi: Coffee shop early bird and night owl
- Keith Raho: Finding potential means saying 'yes'
- Paul Shea: Nurturer by nature helped create Gate City Community Gardens
- Rob Smalley: Clients and family alike inspire drive to be the best he can be
- Dan Weeks: Democracy where everyone has an equal voice
- Christopher Weiss:: Driven (before birth) toward success