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Inaugural Young Professionals Luncheon and Inspiring Success Awards Ceremony

Inaugural Young Professionals Luncheon and Inspiring Success Awards Ceremony

On Friday January 26, Junior Achievement hosted the Inaugural Young Professionals Luncheon and Inspiring Success Awards Ceremony at the Westin Hotel. The Pittsburgh Community was asked to nominate their peers between the ages of 25- 40 who have gone above and beyond in their careers. Each honoree was selected by a committee and announced at the event. Here is a list of the finalists with the honorees bolded:

 Inspiring Success in Business and Finance:

  • Kristen Hemmings- Coghill Investment Strategies
  • Tanya Mallory- Dress for Success Pittsburgh
  • Jessica Hobson- Point Park University
Inspiring Success in Healthcare:
  • Dr. Stacey Lane- Central Wellness Center
  • Neil Parham- Highmark
Inspiring Success in Construction and Real Estate:
  • David Onufer- Remax
  • Tenika Chavis- TDC Contracting
Inspiring Success in Engineering, Science, and Production:
  • Dr. Aditya Gottumukkala- PPG
  • Justin Kruljac- Covestro
  • Matt Travers- Carnegie Mellon University
Inspiring Success in Information Technology
  • Shireen Thomas- UPMC
  • Thomas Sieg- Highmark
  • Troy Fine- Schneider Downs
  • Shelby Baker- Ansys
Inspiring Success in Nonprofit:
  • Allyce Pinchback- Pinchback Consulting
 
Richard S. Caliguiri Public Service Award:
  • Thomas Baker- Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Natalia Rudiak
  • Loretta Mosser- BNY Mellon

We want to congratulate this year's honorees and Finalists. We encourage everyone to watch for the 2019 nominations to be open. 

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