Junior Achievement Honors ‘Best & Brightest’
Indianapolis-based Junior Achievement of Central Indiana has announced its list of Indy’s Best and Brightest, which acknowledges outstanding young professionals under the age of 40.
The organization says 100 individuals were honored but 10 received additional recognition as Indy’s best from their respective categories.
The initiative was created by Junior Achievement to recognize rising talent and the next generation of leaders in the community.
2020 Indy’s Best and Brightest Winners:
- ACCOUNTING: Shelly Smith – Partner, Ernst & Young, LLP
- BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES: Michael R. Dury – President & CEO, Merchants Capital
- EDUCATION & NONPROFIT: Doneisha Posey – Executive Director of Employee Diversity, Equity, and Belonging, Ivy Tech Community College
- GOVERNMENT: Jeremy Morris – Assistant United States Attorney, United States Attorney’s Office, Southern Indiana Division
- HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES: Chris Leeuw – Founder & Executive Director, NeuroHope of Indiana
- LAW: Tiffani Taylor – Vice President of Grants & Senior Counsel, Health & Hospital Corp.
- MANUFACTURING, RETAIL & SERVICES: Stanley Chen – Chief Executive Officer, Telamon
- MEDIA, SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Christina Toler – Director of Corporate Sales, Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field
- REAL ESTATE, DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION: Mamon Powers III – Executive Vice President, President-Indianapolis Office, Powers & Sons
- TECHNOLOGY: Craig Fortner – First Vice President, First Internet Bank
Click here to view the complete list of finalists.
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