GenXYZ finalist takes after her mother, makes meaningful relationship and takes part in the community.
GenXYZ 2019 finalist says her work "needs to be much bigger than" herself.
David Dragoo says he’s inspired by the explorers —“the people who demand the best gear so they can go and conquer the most demanding places on Earth, making their own adventure and finding out what kind of person they are.”
Now in its fourth year, AspenRidge Recovery serves an average of 80 individuals at any given time between its locations.
“Dan has brought a wide variety of seemingly impossible projects to life,” co-worker David Whitney says.
Nick Coppolo joined Spire Digital as an information architect with big ideas eight years ago.
“Peter does not seek recognition for all of the contributions he makes to our firm,” colleague Christine Hudek says.
His success has earned him the title of Senior Project Manager—the youngest in the PCL district.
In the past two years, WMD also has offered tours for college classes and has participated in a variety of music festivals.
Chan has incorporated social equity practices into city processes as a new norm with pilot programs that have leveraged large-scale citywide projects for local impacts.
An early Mobile Solutions employee, Hollenbeck started on the service desk, then became operations manager, director of operations and now is the company’s youngest vice president.
CEO and co-founder of Zenman and Bigfoot Web built businesses that push people personally and professionally.