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Party Crasher: Top 40 Under 40 Unveiled

Avenue celebrates the Top 40 Under 40 Class of 2012.

Scenes From A Party

The 2012 Top 40 Under 40 celebration, honouring the Edmontonians who made Avenue's prestigious list.

Erum Afsar

She’s reengineering Edmonton from the ground up, planning the LRT expansion with an ear to communities.

Jerrold Dubyk

He’s adding to Edmonton’s jazz scene through his music, including an award-winning album, while also mentoring future musicians as a professional educator.

Marcela Mandeville

She’s a strong role model for Aboriginal women and women in international business.

Carol McBee

Her two growing companies support and empower women, whether they are new mothers or business owners.

Joyce LaBriola

She uses her expertise in the creative and business fields to keep the Citadel a forward-looking institution.

Christine McCourt

For channeling her grief into impassioned cancer-research fundraising.

Kevin Kossowan

Through his acclaimed blog and non-profit work, he turned a garden hobby into a full-blown obsession and proved you can do it, too.

Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail

Her research and writing on aviation history focuses on women, First Nations and other groups that have been largely overlooked in existing narratives.

Jesse Szymanski

Doggedly pushing an entertainment team to pick up national awards and put $10 million into the local economy.

Sam Jenkins

After putting his pants on like the rest of us, Jenkins comes close to innovating them clean off, creating new startups, tech incubators and revitalizing an Edmonton institution in the process.

Guillaume Tardif

He’s bringing string music to Edmonton, free of charge, while equipping music students with the essential business skills necessary to manage their careers.

Amy Shostak

She uses the fearless, inclusive spirit of improv to delight local audiences and put Edmonton on the international stage.

Michael Janz

Edmonton’s youngest public school board trustee on record, he’s parlaying savvy gained as a student leader into action.

Niobe Thompson

Anthropologist turned Gemini-winning filmmaker, Thompson brings science to life through the art of storytelling.

Thomas Scott

As artistic administrator for the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, he’s helped elevate the event from the fifth largest Fringe in the world to third.

Andrew Usenik

Making a mark in two high-intensity careers — rock music and land development.

Nathan Richards

Hard-won self-knowledge and one of the highest bowling averages in the T5H postal district.

Hakique Virani

He’s leading the field in health-care problem solving, from vaccines to addiction treatment.

Pauline Perreault

She’s helped non-profits retain prized employees while making jobs enjoyable for those who stay.
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