Top 40 Under 40
Top 40 Under 40 2016 is proudly sponsored by Global Edmonton.
Nominations for Top 40 Under 40 2016 are now open.
They are our educators, innovators and entrepreneurs. They rule the C-suite and both the corporate and volunteer boardrooms. Whether in the arts, non-profits, oil and gas, law, finance or medicine, they are doing more and doing it better and faster. That's what makes them the 2015 class of Top 40 Under 40.
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She’s helping guide the future of language education in Alberta and providing opportunities for immigrant women to succeed.
He’s on the ground floor of several community initiatives to reduce crime in the 118th Avenue area.
He’s establishing himself as one of Edmonton’s finest up-and-coming young chefs, blending creativity with practicality in managing a kitchen that can churn out thousands of meals a day.
She’s working hard to make Edmonton — and Alberta as a whole — a safer, healthier place for kids.
She uses her influence, passion and energy to support various charitable causes throughout Edmonton, ensuring that the future of the city is brighter for those less fortunate.
She is changing the way homeless people are helped in Edmonton, giving them not only the tools to better their situations, but also senses of
He demonstrates that free enterprise doesn’t have to come at the expense of human values, environmental sustainability and personal happiness.
He’s making cool furniture out of reclaimed wood for high-profile clients while also raising money to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
Her work, leadership and passion for change have helped give Edmonton youth a voice in local government and LGBTQ youth across Alberta a more inclusive and safe environment.
He’s dressing up Edmonton through buildings and public spaces, and helping the next generation of civil engineers get started.
Even after 16 years in business, she is staying on the cutting edge of the beauty industry and continuing to build a fiercely loyal customer following.
She is using her training as an occupational therapist to help children who have been abused.
He’s making a name for himself in the Edmonton real-estate development market while also giving back to numerous charities.
She’s adding to Old Strathcona’s growing culinary scene, not only with her ventures, but by taking an active role in pushing decision-makers to take action for small businesses.
She founded a choir that accepts people with all types of disabilities and all levels of vocal talent.
He is an advocate for mental health among students from kindergarten to Grade 12, ensuring they’re in the right headspaces to succeed in their education.
Even after becoming a successful orthodontist, he still finds time for philanthropy and providing free dental care to the needy.
She is leading a 108-year-old organization into the future and ensuring that animals in Edmonton get chances to find their forever homes.
He is not only achieving success with his own band, but he is fostering that same success in young musicians through his label and work as a sound engineer.
He is telling Edmontonians’ stories in positive ways that he hopes will inspire others to make changes for the better.
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