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Dynamic Leaders

Exceptional young community leaders honoured at Avenue's 2014 Top 40 Under 40 Gala.

2014 Top 40 Under 40

Celebrating Edmonton's best and brightest young leaders

Camille Beaudoin

She provides a platform for local actors to showcase their talents to large audiences, while creatively thinking outside the television box. 

Kendall Barber

She co-founded a company that provides ethically made, custom footwear that women actually want to wear.

Ashley Anjlien Kumar

She dedicates her time — both professionally and personally — to promoting the arts and teaching others in her community to value their culture. 

Wade Kelly

He’s helping teachers become better instructors, while encouraging nerds everywhere to be themselves through Nerd Nite.

Darwin Li

He’s helping visually impaired Edmontonians and makes sure the city’s 9-1-1 system is working at peak efficiency.

David Jones

For his work with victims of crime and abuse, and his dedication to helping the community.

Tiffany Linke-Boyko

She helps foster a community where local entrepreneurs can develop their ideas; she also strives to make Edmonton a safer, more comfortable place for people suffering from various forms of abuse, addiction and poverty.

Bethany Hoffman

She is helping Edmonton’s at-risk families as both a support worker and a volunteer.

Chris Henderson

He managed the team that got Mayor Don Iveson into office, while encouraging youth to get into politics.

Julie Matthews

For educating the public about consumer issues, creating a more secure marketplace in Alberta.

Narmin Hassam-Clark

For helping our national police force’s public outreach campaign and for acting locally through a series of volunteer jobs.

Robin Mazumder

He improves the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and mental-health issues, while also making Edmonton a little brighter in winter.

Omar Mouallem

For sharing Edmonton’s stories with national and international audiences, while nourishing the development of future writers and rappers.

Mohamed El Daly

He’s strived to make science and math learning engaging for young people.

Andrea Peyton

Raising money for child care through helping parents find affordable supplies for their kids.

Dr. Lynne-Marie Postovit

She leads a team of investigators who are building a leading ovarian cancer research initiative in Edmonton. 

Robert Prybysh

By improving the education process for Alberta’s future engineers.

Christine DeWitt

She unites women in law and tackles crucial cases in Edmonton, such as the LRT extension and the airport redevelopment. 

Noreen Remtulla

For spearheading the Edmonton Police Service’s public awareness campaigns.
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