Depth of Young Talent and Skill in Northern Ontario
THUNDER BAY – Business – The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, NOACC and SHIFT Thunder Bay’s Young Professional Network have announced the Top 20 under 40 who were honoured at the Gala event held at Valhalla Inn on Saturday.
SHIFT states, “Over 250 people were in attendance at the formal event to celebrate the successes of 72 nominees and 20 individual winners under the age of 40 have made their mark in their communities or professional lives and are considered leaders by many”.
Nathan Lawrence, President of SHIFT says “Strengthening the future of Thunder Bay is at the heart of SHIFT and we are proud of the young professionals who involve themselves in making a difference within their communities throughout the region. We believe it is important to recognize the Top 20 Under 40 as these are very deserving individuals and we want to encourage them to continue with all their efforts and inspire others to do the same.”
“The Chamber is very pleased to partner with SHIFT on this monumental event. We are extremely proud to recognize the amazing community leaders – all of the nominees and the winners of the Top 20” said Charla Robinson, President of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce.
Top Twenty Under Forty
The winners in alphabetical order;
Anthony Marrelli, Ashleigh Quarrell, Chris Fralick, Colleen Peters, Curtis Hildebrandt, Daniel Skaarup, Dave Thomas, Derek Lankinen, Marcus Luft, Meaghan Sharp, Michelle Mack, Nadia Kurd, Nadia La Russa, Nikos Mantis, Robert Animikii Horton, Teri Joseph, and Thomas Russell.
Annabella Zawada, Terrace Bay; Daryl Skworchinski, Marathon; and Jessica Lundy, Kenora.