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Accomplished Under 40, version 14.0

About 400 people attended the Accomplished Under 40 2012 awards event at Zoo Boise. Entertainment included African drummers and dancers. The 2013 event will be at the Knitting Factory. Photo by Pete Grady.

While it can take nearly a lifetime for some to reach a successful pinnacle, for 14 years the Idaho Business Review has been recognizing 40 accomplished men and women younger than 40.

“These are talented young professionals. They are shaping our state, our image and our expectations,” said IBR President and Publisher Sean Evans.

This year, 129 were nominated, and 65 completed the application process. A six-member selection panel of past Accomplished Under 40 recipients scored the applicants on a 1-to-5 scale in four categories: professional accomplishments, leadership skills, community involvement and long-term goals. The 40 with the highest total scores are this year’s honorees.

Wendy Couture, a member of the 2012 class of Accomplished Under 40, happily acknowledges the number. She said in her profile: “I used to think 40 sounded old. Now, I think it sounds young. I’m happy to have my accomplishments recognized at this stage in my life, and I hope I have a long career ahead of me.”

The 2013 Accomplished Under 40 magazine will be published with the June 14 issue of Idaho Business Review. The event – networking reception, dinner and awards ceremony – will be held at the Knitting Factory June 13. For tickets, visit idahobusinessreview.com/events/au40/.

 

2013 Accomplished Under 40

Kelly Arthur Anthon, City of Rupert

D. John Ashby, Hawley, Troxell, Ennis & Hawley LLP

Meredith A. Taylor Black, Boise State College of Business and Economics

Allison Blackman, Stoel Rives LLP

Jessica Burke, U.S. Bank

Jen Cochran, FieldSync Mobile Solutions

Tanner K. Dame, Proof Eyewear

Matt Darrington, Robinson, Anthon & Tribe Attorneys at Law

Brian Doster, Little-Morris, LLP

Karianne Fallow, Red Sky Public Relations

Kami Faylor, Micron Technology/Micron Foundation

Kit Fitzgerald, Red Barn Real Estate

Clayton D. Freeman, TitleOne Corporation

Michelle Gustavson, Hawley, Troxell, Ennis & Hawley LLP

John Hardesty, Bodybuilding.com

Danielle Hurd, CTA Architects Engineers

Katherine Johnson, Treasure Valley Family YMCA

Benjamin Kelly, Association Management Group

Carolyn Lodge, Davies Moore

Jim Lowe, The Farmstead Corn Maze and Pumpkin Festival

Erika Malmen, Perkins Coie LLP

Joe Meuleman, Meuleman Mollerup LLP

Kristin Muchow, Meeting Systems, Inc.

Jennie Myers, Drake Cooper

Scot Phillips, Eide Bailly LLP

Alicia Piccione, U.S. Bank

Scott Plew, Cooper Norman

Scott Randolph, Holland & Hart LLP

Tara Varga Russell, Create Common Good

Jason Sears, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Idaho

William Shrum, KPMG LLP

Sarah Q. Simmons, The Erisa Law Group PA

Greg Sloan, Sloan Security Group

Jedidiah Snelson, Jedidiah Snelson Agency – Farmers Insurance

Hilary Soltman, First American Tile Company

Timothy Tatum, Idaho Power Company

Josh Taylor, Pickens Law PA

Kendra Waitley, K1 Events and Fundraising

Amanda Watson, Red Sky Public Relations

Jem Wierenga, Hyde Park Books

About Jeanne Huff

Jeanne Huff is the special sections editor at IBR, editor of Women of the Year, Accomplished Under 40, CEOs of Influence, Money Makers, Leaders in Law, Corporate Guide to Event Planning as well as editor of custom publications including Welcome to Boise, Dining Decisions, Idaho Heartland Living and Travelog.
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