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Updated: August 16, 2021 / 40 Under Forty, Class of 2021

40 Under Forty 2021: David Ginisi

Photo | Erika Sidor David Ginisi
Photo | Erika Sidor 40 Under Forty, Class of 2021 members (from left) David Ginisi, Aaron Birt, Lisa Malo and Sean Kelly at Redemption Rock Brewing Co. in Worcester (Special thanks to Redemption Rock Brewing Co.)
David Ginisi,  28
  • Title Chief marketing officer
  • Company Aging Services of North Central Massachusetts, in Leominster
  • Residence Fitchburg
  • Birthplace Worcester
  • College Fitchburg State University
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For most people, it takes a lifelong career to understand the complexities of a community’s small business network and become a collective voice for it. But, David Ginisi is not most people.

As a young twenty-something, Ginisi was already able to see the potential of the tourism arm of the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce, which he rebranded as Visit North Central Massachusetts. Working with leaders and advocates from the 27 communities included in the organization, he revolutionized what it means to participate in the tourism sector. He pumped life into the chamber’s Ambassador Committee and Young Professionals of North Central Massachusetts Committee, growing the former from five to 32 members. At 27, he became a C-level executive of the Aging Services of North Central Massachusetts, using his creative talents to provide services to older adults in 21 communities. Ginisi’s profound love for his hometown landed him on the board of Fitchburg Access Television and on the Fitchburg Airport Commission, which is a mayor-appointed position. He hosts and produces a TV show called Forks Over Fitchburg, highlighting the dining scene. 

What is the nicest thing anyone has ever done for you? My parents, Gino & Brenda, for teaching me how to be a mover & shaker from a very early age.

What Central Mass. activity should everyone try? Grabbing a drink and enjoying some live music with a group of friends at Hollis Hills Farm in Fitchburg.

When a statue eventually gets built of you, what will the plaque say? It’s called gravy, not sauce.

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