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Party Crasher: Top 40 Under 40

On Oct. 26, 350 people came to support leaders of the city.

2011 Top 40 Under 40

Celebrating Edmonton's best and brightest young leaders.

Scenes From A Party

The 2011 Top 40 Under 40 celebration, honouring the Edmontonians who made Avenue's prestigious list.

Jonathan Withey

He has grown Grant MacEwan University's chemistry program so students now have the opportunity to do research on projects that could improve the health of the environment and the community.

Tina Thomas

She’s the brain behind a rebranding strategy that re-imagined the EPL for the 21st century.

Erica Viegas

She uses music to help others, and she is part of a campaign team which raises about $25 million a year for medical and dental research and education.

Kari Skelton

She quickly went from being a traffic and news reporter to a local celebrity, boosting spirits with her volunteer work and affable personality.

Javier Salazar

He mentors tomorrow’s business leaders, propelling them to unprecedented success.

Sean Rayner

He injected new ideas into a four-generations-old family business, expanding the company into new areas.

David Papp

For pioneering commercial Internet access in Edmonton.

Peter Osborne

As Edmonton Design Committee vice-chair and LEED-accredited architect, Osborne champions attractive, sustainable design in the city.

Robert McLeod

His business is now responsible for selling $250 million worth of projects in the city.

Karen McDonald

She brought her private-sector savvy to the non-profit sector, to help a staple seniors’ centre increase its budget and tread new terrain.

Ryan McCourt

He supports local artists through his gallery and studio space, and encourages critical discourse about Edmonton’s art scene.

Kristy Harcourt

She’s a positive force who’s educating Albertans on practical techniques to end the cycle of violence and abuse against children.

Ted Halabi

Promotes awareness of youth issues from a youth perspective.

Jason Gregor

For using his media status to make a difference in the lives of others.

Jason Golinowski

After putting Alberta’s Ukrainian dancers on world stages, he’s now shining the media spotlight on important research by Alberta scientists.

Jennifer Fisk

She runs a very successful communications business, while volunteering to help non-profit organizations reach their goals. 

Logan Mardhani-Bayne

He knows how to find neutral ground to get disparate parties working toward common goals.

Marie-Alice Mandich

She has taken her orthodontist practice beyond simple dentistry to make it a force for social good.
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