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40 Under 40: Class of 2015

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The Pacific Coast Business Times would like to congratulate the 40 Under 40 Class of 2015. These 40 young men and women, all under the age of 40, are apart of a new generation of dynamic leaders who are reshaping the leadership ranks and the economy of the Tri-Counties.

 

 

40 Under 40: The Class of 2015

Kaila Anderson, Economic Vitality Corporation
Erin Antrim, Boys & Girls Club of Oxnard/PH
Amy Bailey Jurewicz, Ventura Family YMCA
Dusty Baker, Keller Williams
Sean Bhardwaj, Aspire3
Laura Booras, Riverbench Vineyard and Winery
Natalie Bradley, Ventura County Credit Union
Ryan Caldwell, Wacker Wealth Parners
Kyle Christensen, Invoca
John Clay Jr. , Crowell Weedon
Chris Collier, Rincon Strategies
Nathanial Curran, Channel Islands Surfboards
Jason Diani, Diani Companies
Heather Donley, Assisted Home Health & Hospice
Robert Forouzandeh, Reicker, Phau, Pyle & McRoy
Stacey Gumley, Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf
Seth Harvey, Community West Bank
Jesse Hawkins, United Way Ventura County
Kinsey Hensley, Jensen Design
David Jay, agree.com
Paul Johnson, Northern Trust
Kiah Jordan, ImpactHub Santa Barbara
Victoria Juarez, Girls Inc. of Carpinteria
Ron Justin, GroupGets
Angela Lopez, LightGabler
Neal Maguire, Ferguson Case Orr Paterson
Arron Marshall, Santa Barbara Zoo
Scott Martin, RRM Design Group
Leticia Martinez, Morgan Stanely/SB Group
Marshall Miller, Thornhill Cos.
Sarah Oberman Bartush, Channel Islands Aviation
Chris Parker, Radius
Jenna Rogers, Mission Wealth
Ben Scott, Montecito Bank & Trust
Danielle Sharaga, Cancer Center of SB
Patsy Stadelman Price, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Mike Testa, Costal Vineyard Care
Lando Torgerson, Meathead Movers
David Wellik, Citizens Business Bank
Brad Whetten, Wells Fargo
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