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Accomplished Under 40

Jared Smith, principal, Pennbridge Lodging/Pennbridge Capital in Eagle

Jared Smith, 39, was born and raised in Boise. After high school, he served missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Florence, Italy and in New York City. He learned to speak Italian fluently, taught ...

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Wyatt Schroeder, executive director, CATCH Inc. in Boise

  When Wyatt Schroeder, the son of a mushroom farmer, was growing up in Kennett Square, Penn. – “the mushroom capital of the world – like most boys, his future eye was on baseball. “I wanted to play second base ...

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Vishal Saxena, associate professor, Boise State University

When Vishal Saxena, 36,  was a boy growing up in Lucknow, India, he was mostly “into computers and robots. I dreamed of being a scientist, an engineer.” Talk about wish fulfillment. Today, Saxena can don several hats without exaggeration – ...

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Dean Sandros, CPA, United Heritage Financial Group in Meridian

  Little 10-year-old Dean Sandros, now 33, dressed to impress in a suit and tie, spent a day at the office with his Uncle Dennis who was general counsel for a firm, and it changed his life. “That day made ...

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Jayson Ronk, state government affairs director, Micron Technology Inc. in Boise

    Looking at a list of thirty-seven-year-old Jayson Ronk’s accomplishments, it’s hard to believe he qualifies for this award – simply because it seems improbable that anyone could have accomplished all that he’s done before age 40. Now state ...

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Matt Rissell, CEO, TSheets.com LLC in Eagle

  As described by Forbes, TSheets is an unsexy product – timesheet software for small business – in the nontech hotbed of Eagle. And CEO Matt Rissell, 39, wants to build it into a $30 billion company. TSheets helps small ...

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Erin Retelle, owner and director, sewBoise

  Thirty-nine year old Erin Retelle’s resume reads something like a game of “one of these things is not like the other.” She’s a geologist. She’s a seamstress. And … a ballroom dancer? “I just have a lot of ideas ...

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