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WBJ names 40 Under Forty winners of 2016

Who made the cut? See which young professionals are making a difference now and into the future for the Central Massachusetts business community.

40 Under 40: Kham Inthirath

Inthirath founded Envision Digital to help businesses create successful marketing plans. His team focuses on clients' online presence to humanize the digital experience for customers. These efforts...

40 Under 40: Kola A. Akindele

Since starting at UMass, Akindele has been responsible for developing strategic relationships between UMMS and government and community organizations, especially in the Worcester region.

40 Under 40: Matthew Abraham

Abraham has managed the environmental site assessment and remediation effort of properties throughout Worcester County as part of Tighe & Bond's Worcester office for more than 12 years.

40 Under 40: Michael Herbert

After working as assistant town manager and chief financial officer for three years, Herbert in 2016 was promoted to town manager, orchestrating the increase of the town's bond rating two notches...

40 Under 40: Miriam Hyder

Since rejoining her family's business in 2013, Hyder marketed its specialty food to an expanding customer base, resulting in a 20-percent sales increase in her first year.

40 Under 40: Nicholas J. Carbone

At 25, Carbone was one of the youngest people ever elected to Fitchburg City Council, serving one term before being elected to the school committee.

40 Under 40: Nicole Zea

Zea's career at Saint-Gobain began 14 years ago, where in test development her team pioneered a program to improve testing at the facility.

40 Under 40: Paul Medeiros

Medeiros is the youngest CEO out of the more than 70 Easter Seals affiliates worldwide.

40 Under 40: Peter Dunn

Dunn works hand-in-hand with the small business community, managing the city's financial assistance programs for businesses as well as the brownfields program.

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