August 26, 2016
Class of 2016

40 under 40: Amy Peterson

PHOTO/Erika sidor
40 under Forty winners (from left) Emily DeGray, Alexander Dunn, Jonathan Miller and Amy Peterson.

Craft beer fans and foodies can thank Peterson for bringing their favorite things to downtown Worcester. In her role at the SMG-managed DCU Center, Peterson and her colleagues produced the now annual in-house craft beer festival Brew Woo and conceptualized the restaurant incubator for the facility, which now houses the Figs & Pigs Kitchen + Pantry.

She oversaw the marketing for the $31-million renovation to the arena until its 2013 completion and now supervises all aspects of brand management for the 14,000-seat facility.

Whose career would you like to emulate? We all have a different path, so I don't try to live up to others. I have mentors and those whom I admire.

What should older generations know about the up-and-coming workforce? We don't want to replace you. We are a generation driven by collaboration. Embrace us.

The people I work with would tell you I am…resourceful. I don't claim to know it all, but I work hard to find out.

Who is the fictional character you are most like? Josephine 'Jo' March, the protagonist in Louisa May Alcott's novel "Little Women," who always strove to be better and achieve more.

Meet the other 40 Under Forty winners

Matthew Abraham - Tighe & Bond Inc. in Worcester

Kola A. Akindele - UMass Medical School in Worcester

William E. Aubuchon, IV - Aubuchon Hardware in Westminster

Amanda Marie Baer - Mirick O'Connell in Westborough

Elizabeth Belliveau - Enlightened Interventions & Union Street Yoga in Worcester

Joe Bush - Worcester CleanTech Incubator

Nicholas J. Carbone - Boyle & Carbone, P.C. in Fitchburg

Christof Chartier - C.M. Chartier Contracting in Templeton

Rob Cleary - ClearCom IT Solutions Inc. in Leicester

Emily DeGray - Residential Mortgage Services in Sturbridge & Worcester

Alexander Dunn - Skyscope in Worcester

Peter Dunn - Worcester Executive Office of Economic Development

Amadeus Finlay - BlueHive Inc. in Worcester

Tiffany Gallo - Cutler Associates, Inc. in Worcester

Carly A. Gould - Reliant Medical Group in Worcester

Hawley Harrigan - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/MetroWest in Worcester

Michael Herbert - Town of Ashland

Julie Holstrom - Worcester Business Development Corp.

Miriam Hyder - Ed Hyder's Mediterranean Marketplace in Worcester

Kham Inthirath - Envision Digital Group in Worcester

Isabelle Jenkins - College of the Holy Cross in Worcester

Renee King - The Queen's Cup in Millbury

Oriola Koci - Livia's Dish & Altea's Brunch in Worcester

Ryan Leary - Running Start Coworking in Worcester

D. Andrew McBeth - Green Leaf Construction in Leominster

Paul Medeiros - Easter Seals Massachusetts in Worcester

Bob Miller - Tegra Medical in Franklin

Jonathan Miller - YOU, Inc. in Worcester

Amanda Misilo - Commerce Bank in Worcester

Jasmine Jina Ortiz - Keller Williams of Greater Worcester in Worcester

Katherine Pittinger - Worcester Fitness

Douglas T. Radigan - Bowditch & Dewey, LLP in Worcester

Caitlin Sargent Lubelczyk - Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester

Dr. Brian Sullivan, MD - Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center in Worcester

Evis Wilmes Terpollari - Veterans Inc. in Worcester

Brian Treitman - B.T.'s Smokehouse in Sturbridge

James A. Valis - Blackstone Valley Wealth Management in Hopkinton

Stephanie Weagle - Corero Network Security in Hudson

Nicole Zea - Saint Gobain Superabrasives in Worcester

Meet this year's judges

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