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Since 2000, Worcester Business Journal has honored 800 young professionals with its most popular award. This year’s 40 Under Forty class represents another deepening of the alumni talent pool.
Massachusetts will be the recipient of financial and technical help to build "data-driven approaches" to linking residents to jobs in growing industries, thanks to a partnership between the National Governors Association and the Strada Education Network.
In today’s digital world, surveying has developed into an all-encompassing discipline that includes processes for the entire real estate project lifecycle.
Rick Porter Then: Operations manager for Cinch I.T. Now: President of Cinch I.T., Worcester
Tuyet Tran Then: Director of community & rehabilitation services at Community Healthlink Now: Project director at Behavioral Health Partners of Metrowest, Framingham
Nadja Johnson, Ph.D., 34 Senior associate dean of the college Clark University, Worcester Residence: Worcester Birthplace: Kingston, Jamaica
Kara Wiersma, 38 Vice president, learning & development manager Fidelity Bank, Leominster Residence: Auburn Birthplace: Worcester
Daniel Estevez, 30 Owner, Families Together Adult Day Health Care, Leicester Co-founder, Synergy Wellness Center, Hudson Residence: Worcester Birthplace: La Vega, Dominican Republic
Paul Belsito Then: Manager, community relations at The Hanover Insurance Group Now: President of The Hanover Insurance Group Foundation for The Hanover Insurance Group, Worcester
Worcester State University, Clark University and Mount Wachusett Community College have taken a page out of West Coast universities’ handbook and begun offering courses or certificate programs for the legal cannabis industry to serve the young Massachusetts marijuana market.
Helder Machado Then: Director of information technology for Applix, Inc. Now: CEO of Machado Consulting, Inc., Worcester
Kola A. Akindele Then: Senior director, community & government relations at UMass Medical School Now: Assistant vice chancellor, city & community relations at UMass Medical School, Worcester
Daniel Rea III, 32 Executive vice president/real estate development & business affairs The Worcester Red Sox, Worcester & Pawtucket, R.I. Residence: Framingham Birthplace: Sherborn
Mackenzie May, 31 Executive director, Central Mass Grown, Worcester Residence: Worcester Birthplace: Shrewsbury College: University of New Hampshire
Jeff Taylor, 38 General manager ERA Key Realty Services, Whitinsville Lives: Worcester Birthplace: Kenmore, N.Y. Colleges: Suffolk University
Cheryl A.W. Eidinger-Taylor Then: Regional vice president for ERA Key Realty Services Now: President & COO of ERA Key Realty Services, Whitinsville
Sarah Baldiga, 36 Co-founder & executive director Rise Above Foundation, Hopkinton Residence: Hopkinton Birthplace: Upton
Casey L. Wall, 37 Assistant dean of students & director of residential services Worcester Polytechnic Institute Residence: Worcester Birthplace: Norwalk, Conn.
Erica Stritch Schultz, 37 Owner & vice president, RAIN Group, Framingham Residence: Stow Birthplace: Portsmouth, N.H. College: Boston University
Francisco Torres Then: Economic development coordinator for the Town of Westborough Now: Transformative Development Initiative (TDI) fellow for MassDevelopment, Fitchburg
Kate Roy Alexander Then: Vice president of marketing for Southbridge Savings Bank Now: President & CEO for Southbridge Credit Union
Eric D. Batista, 36 Director Office of Urban Innovation, City of Worcester Residence: Worcester Birthplace: Puerto Rico
Mike Ciprari, 34 Co-founder SJC Custom Drums, Southbridge Residence: Dudley Birthplace: Southbridge
Charlotte Bradrick, 30 Owner Eventive, Auburn Residence: Auburn Birthplace: Harrogate, United Kingdom College: University of Newcastle, United Kingdom
Andy Lacombe Then: News supervisor for Charter TV3 (Worcester News Tonight) at Charter Communications Now: Senior executive producer at Charter TV3 (Worcester News Tonight), Charter Communications
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