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DBT unveils 2021 Top 40 Under 40 Class

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WILMINGTON – The Delaware Business Times is excited to announce its 2021 Top 40 Under 40 class, which recognizes the First State’s best and brightest young professionals, all under the age of 40, who are making a difference with their intelligence, initiative, and innovation.

This year’s class comes from all corners of Delaware, representing for-profit companies and nonprofit organizations and the diverse community that serves them. The class will be honored at an Oct. 7 celebration at the Executive Banquet & Conference Center in Newark. To learn more or to buy tickets, visit DelawareBusinessTimes.com/DBT40/.

The 2021 class includes, in alphabetical order:

  •       Maria Clyde, B+H Insurance
  •       Kate Cusumano, Buchi Corporation
  •       John Davis, JPMorgan Chase
  •       Sarah DeFlaviis, Sassafras Studio
  •       Anthony DeFrancisco, Dover Downs Hotel & Casino
  •       Edward Devenny, Whisman Giordano & Associates
  •       Natalie Di Sabatino, Discover Financial Services
  •       Cinnamon Elliott, Dover Federal Credit Union
  •       Tierra Fair, United Way of Delaware
  •       Matthew Ford, Navient
  •       Lauren Gates, Down Syndrome Association of Delaware
  •       Kelly Gordon, Embrace Wellness LLC
  •       Alisa Graves, M&T Bank
  •       Benjamin Gray, EOS Hospitality
  •       Nitika Gupta Fiorella, Fish & Richardson P.C.
  •       Keith Hammond, BDO USA, LLP
  •       Jordan Hellstern, Freedom Dental Management
  •       Jami Jackson, gingham + grace clothing
  •       Andrea Larson, Incyte
  •       Marshala Lee, ChristianaCare
  •       Emerson Marine, Horn Entrepreneurship
  •       Nickolas Martin, Carbon Reform, Inc.
  •       Chase Marvil, Bay to Beach Builders
  •       Christopher Metkiff, MassMutual Greater Philadelphia
  •       Katie Millard, Sussex County Habitat for Humanity
  •       Meghan Newberry, CSC
  •       Sarina Pasricha, Delaware Center for Digestive Care
  •       Bhavin Patel, Prices Corner Pharmacy
  •       Connor Peoples, Sallie Mae
  •       Michael Pfeifer, 1440 Film Co.
  •       Laura Ristano, Discover Financial Services
  •       Wali Rushdan II, Fox Rothschild LLP
  •       Jamie Schneider, Delaware Association for the Education of Young Children
  •       Julleanna Seely, Seely Homes
  •       Gregory Skolnik, Heckler & Frabizzio
  •       Anesha Truesdale, YMCA of Delaware
  •       Daniel Walker, Wilmington City Council
  •       Maurice Winkfield, Beebe Healthcare
  •       Brenda Wise, State of Delaware OMB
  •       Jennifer Ying, Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP

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  1. Wali Rushdan II, Fox Rothschild LLP
    University of Delaware

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