Jacksonville Business Journal – The Jacksonville of tomorrow will be shaped by the young business leaders of today. So what do they want that future to look like? ¶ This year, as we celebrate the young executives selected as the 2019 class of 40 Under 40 honorees, we asked them for one word that summed them up, as well as what they thought made the First Coast special and what they believe needs to be focused on for the area to live up to its potential. ¶ In this special section, join with the honorees in celebrating the area’s natural beauty and friendly people — and learn how they think the future of the region should be shaped.
Congratulations to the 2019 Honorees!
Magdalena Cichon, Mayo Clinic Ventures Morgan County, RS&H Kristen Courtney, McGuireWoods LLP Rebecca Crosby, Shaw Contract Megan Del Pizzo, Tom Bush Family of Dealerships Jenna Dobbins, Pontoon Solutions Hollis Donaldson, Citigroup Jessica Evans, Regions Dr. A. Zachary Faison Jr., Edward Waters College Whitney George, Jacksonville University Adam Gray, FaverGray Holly Grimes, Wakefield Beasley & Associates, A NELSON Company Katherine Hardwick, Downtown Vision Inc. Megan Heiden, Smith Hulsey & Busey Viv Helwig, Vested Metals International LLC Monica Hernandez, Deutsche Bank Elias Hionides, Petra Ryan Hollister, HASKELL Ryan Hoover, Vestcor Adam Levine, Ph. D., Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Rebecca Levy, FSCJ Victor Patel, North Florida Medical Center Sabeen Perwaiz Syed, Florida Nonprofit Alliance Roxie Reeve, 3D Digital Jennifer Shoaf Richardson, Jackson Lewis P.C. Kalai Sankar, Shiva Robotics Academy Cameron Shouppe, Reliant Roofing Inc. Justin Spiller, Franklin Street TriciaRae Stancato, Girl Scouts of Gateway Council Allison Stocker, Akerman LLP Cyndy Trimmer, Driver McAfee Hawthorne Diebenow Shatara Troy, Harbor View Advisors LLC Charles Wagoner, 904 Happy Hour Bradley Weeber, England-Thims & Miller Inc. Don Wenner, DLP Capital Partners Brian Yorkgitis, University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville