The Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, along with the Professional Young Visionaries of Tomorrow (PYVOT) are proud to announce the inaugural Emerging Leaders honorees. Halley Allaire, Allaire Elder Law; Shaun Calhoun, Torrington Savings Bank; Elizabeth Cowdell, Creative Concepts Kitchen & Bath Design; Brent Davenport, The Shaffer Company; Jeff Davis, Phase to Phase Electric; Meagan DeFazio, RN, Bristol Health; Dean Greco, Webster Bank; Lucas Karabin, Acme Monaco; Stephanie Kasson, CPA, MST, blumshapiro; Kathryn Krajewski, Town of Farmington; Sarah Larson, City of Bristol Parks and Recreation; Dr. Joshua Medeiros, City of Bristol; Dr. Jessica Quintero-Villa, Life Family Chiropractic; Samantha Rajotte, Main Street Community Foundation; Meghan Rickard, CompuMail Corp.; Anna Savastano, Town of Farmington; Rebekah Stokes, Thomaston Savings Bank; Nicole Sweeney, Get Up N Dance; and Dante Tagariello, Grant Thornton.
These exceptional honorees were chosen via a nomination process provided to all Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce members. Honorees were selected based of the following criteria: the nominee must be under 40 years old, demonstrate professional leadership, proven community service and personal leadership.
The Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce and PYVOT invite the community and all chamber members to join them as they celebrate the honorees on Wednesday, September 18th beginning at 5:00 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Bristol. The event will also feature keynote speaker Dr. Rafaele Fierro of the Civic Engagement Institute at Tunxis Community College. Registration is available online at CentralCTChambers.org or by phone at (860) 584-4718. The cost of the event is $30 for chamber members, $35 for non-members, with table & student sponsorships available.
For more information on the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, visit www.CentralCTChambers.org or call 860-584-4718