The Greater Akron Chamber proudly presents the 30 for the Future recognition program. 30 for the Future recognizes 30 young professionals (ages 25-39) who live and/or work in the Greater Akron Region, who are trendsetters in their industries, and who make an impact on the region through dynamic leadership and community service.
Nominations for the 2015 30 for the Future program are now closed.
The 2015 30 for the Future award recipients will be recognized at an awards ceremony on September 3, 2015. More information about the ceremony will be shared in the coming months.
Congratulations to the 2014 young professionals that were named 30 for the Future!
Rachel Barnette, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Joel Bingham, EnviroScience, Inc.
Anne Bitong, Akron Marathon
Adrienne Bradley, Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank
Ken Burns, Tiny-Circuits
Samantha Coldwell, Barberton High School
Nathan Eppink, Summit Metro Parks
Bryan Morgan, Sterling Jewelers Inc.
G. Dante Roulette, Summa Health System
Timothy Ulbrich, Northeast Ohio Medical University
Craig Horbus, Witschey Witschey & Firestine Co., LPA
Amber Genet, Westfield Insurance
Douglas Harley, Akron General Medical Center - Center for Family Medicine
Tiffany Herbert, BCG & Company
Megan Hershberger, FedEx Truckload Brokerage
Danielle Hupp, Kent State University
Matthew Jentner, Jentner Wealth Management
Keri-Ann Kalavity, Gillmore Security Systems
Scott Kolligian, Leiby Hanna Rasnick Towne Evanchan Palmisano & Hobson, LLC
Kurt Kleidon, Kleidon & Associates
Jerel Klue, Signet Enterprises, LLC
Nicole Mullet, The University of Akron
Kurt Reed, Fairlawn School of Music and Hudson School of Music
Laura Shank, Apple Growth Partners
Jeff Sitz, City Cleaners
Hillary Stewart, FirstEnergy
Erin Victor, Lasting Impressions Event Rental
Laura Wallerstein, Roetzel & Andress
Richelle Wardell, Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority
Alexandra Wright, Youth Excellence Performing Arts Workshop