Top Suburban Young Professionals were honored last night by the Daily Herald Business Ledger in a ceremony at Weber Grill in Lombard. We are so proud of Emily Bartlett, Audit Manager! Congratulations to all of the young professionals honored. Below is the press release from the Daily Herald.
Suburban Young Professionals to be Honored
Seventeen (17) suburban business executives under the age of 35 will be honored in the 2nd annual Suburban Young Professionals Recognition Program to be hosted by the Daily Herald Business Ledger and their sponsoring partners.
The recognition will take place at a networking reception beginning at 5 p.m. to be held on Thursday, January 14, 2016, at Weber Grill, 2331 Fountain Square Drive, Lombard. Attendance is by invitation only.
Sponsors for this year’s awards program are: Northern Illinois University School of Business; B. Gunther & Co.; and Weber Grill. The honorees will also be profiled in the February 22nd issue of the Daily Herald Business Ledger.
The honorees are:
- Taylor Anians, Drake Hotel, Oak Brook
- Stacey Bales, Bales Metal Surface Solutions, Downers Grove
- Emily Bartlett, CDH, P.C., Itasca
- Ira Coleman, Transnational Bankcard LLC, Rosemont
- Tim Coleman, Webb Financial Group, Lake Forest
- Matthew Grana, Grand Frame, Inc., Arlington Heights
- Kristen Halland, Balance Chiropractic & Wellness, Hoffman Estates
- Meaghan Johnson, Lakeshore Recycling Systems, Morton Grove
- Adam Kamuda, MFC Sports Performance, Darien
- Brett Mathieson, Mathieson, Moyski, Austin & Co., LLP, Wheaton
- Jennifer Matthews, Hilton Lisle/Naperville
- Ashley Mayer, JJR Marketing, Naperville
- Jordan Rovito, Cushman & Wakefield, Rosemont
- Diana Taylor, DeSanto, Morgan & Taylor, Libertyville
- Jenna Tranel, The Tranel Financial Group, Libertyville
- Chris Van Eck, Proven Business Systems, Tinley Park
- Elyse Wagner, My Kitchen Shrink, Lake Zurich
For additional information call Jim Elsener ([email protected]), at 630-955-3593. The Business Ledger is the leading provider of business news and information about businesses and the economy in suburban Chicago. The Business Ledger is a sister publication to the Daily Herald and part of the Paddock Publications family.