Delaware Business Times is pleased to announce the 2018 DBT40 Awards winners. The DBT40 event pays tribute to these ambitious professionals who are making a name for themselves through professional excellence and community involvement. The honorees represent the best in a wide range of fields such as finance, law, non-profit, hospitality, education and technology.
The DBT40 Awards ceremony on October 23, 2018 is an expected sell-out event where more than 250 local executives and guests will gather to celebrate and honor Delaware’s top business leaders under 40 who have successfully taken their companies to the forefront of their chosen industries and given back to the community. The event will kick off with a networking reception, followed by a video-packed awards ceremony that will be honoring the winners.
2018 DBT 40 Awards
Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Time: 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (VIP 5pm)
Location: The Baby Grand
818 N. Market Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
Attire: Business Cocktail
Tickets can be purchased here.
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2018 DBT 40 Awards Winners
Kevin Allen, Allen House Studios
Angela Anacay, Discover
Jason Aviles, FLYOGI, LLC, Wilmington Green Box, Wilmington Placemakers Inc., Artist Avenue Station
Bryan Barton, PhD, Dow Electronic Materials
Jake Booth, Capstone Homes
John P. Boykin, B+H Insurance, LLC
Valerie Budischak, Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware
Rob DeMasi, Muscle Movement Foundation
Sharee Dorsett, CSC (Corporation Service Company)
Julie Frieswyk, University of Delaware
Markevis Gideon, NerdIt Now
Stephanie Howe Guarino, Nemours/Christiana Care Health System
Robert Herrera, The Mill
Logan Herring, Kingswood Community Center, Inc.
Danielle N. Hufford, ShureLine Electrical, Inc.
Rick Kingery, Colliers International
Timothy Daniel Kiser, Bernardon
Rachel Lindeman, M&T Bank
AJ Lurie, WJBR - Beasley Media Group
Elaine Hanqing Masser, PhD, Dow Electronic Materials
Tiffani Mitchell, La Belle Studio
Samuel Moultrie, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Kanani Hines Munford, Governor's Commission on Community and Volunteer Service
Mac Nagaswami, Carvertise
Bailey O'Brien, D150 Fueling LLC
Collin O'Mara, The National Wildlife Federation
Jay Patel, Greenhill Pharmacy
Matt Patton, SoDel Concepts
Tiffany Rubin, Nurse Next Door
Jason Russell, Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP
Neil Shea, Bellefonte Brewing Co. & The Dirt Squad
Avie Silver, Project New Start
David Skoranski, Delaware Public Defender’s Office
Joshua Titter, Bancroft Construction Company
Jeremy Tucker, Delaware Electric Cooperative
David M. Vanderslice, Seiberlich Trane Energy Services
Kelly A. Williams, Noble Territory / Cannadigm Ventures
Shana Williams, Cecile Boutique
Andrew B. Wilson, Morris James LLP
Margaret Winslow, Delaware Art Museum