Forty Under 40 – 2017

2016 Forty Under 40
2016 Forty Under 40

Check out this year’s rising stars and read about their accomplishments at work and in the community.

Nadia Nguyen Adams

 

Nadia Nguyen
Adams

Center for Health Innovation and Implementation Science,
Indiana University School of Medicine

Haley Altman

 

Haley Altman

Doxly Inc.

Yaw Aning

 

Yaw Aning

Sticksnleaves

Andrew Appel

 

Andrew Appel

Gregory & Appel Insurance

Baindu Lucy Bayon

 

Baindu Lucy Bayon

Indiana University
School of Medicine

Ryan Brady

 

Ryan Brady

Central Indiana Community Foundation

Carl Allen Chambers

 

Carl Chambers

Cunningham Restaurant Group

Scott Davis

 

Scott Davis

Indiana Public Retirement System

Peter Dinwiddie

 

Peter Dinwiddie

Pacers Sports & Entertainment

Mark Fisher

 

Mark Fisher

Indy Chamber

Brian Garrison

 

Brian Garrison

Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

Tom Hanley

 

Tom Hanley

Nine13sports

Laurel Judkins

 

Laurel Judkins

Cummins Inc.

Anna Obergfell Kirkman

 

Anna Obergfell Kirkman

Eskenazi Health

Jason Kloth

 

Jason Kloth

Ascend Indiana

Louis (Tony) Anthony Knoble

 

Tony
Knoble

TWG Development LLC

Tiffany S. Kyser

 

Tiffany Kyser

Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center at
The Great Lakes Equity Center

Jason Larrison

 

Jason Larrison

City of Indianapolis

Craig “Dodge” Lile

 

Craig
Lile

Raidious

J. Daniel Maddox

 

J. Daniel Maddox

Citizens State Bank

  • Daniel Maddox

    “The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life,” by Alice Schroeder; “Miles: The Autobiography,” by Miles Davis and Quincy Troupe; and “A Random Walk Down Wall Street,” by Burton G. Maikiel (“A great guide to business investing that highlights the fallacies in finding comfort following the pack.”)

  • Ryan Pfenninger

    “I read hundreds of articles every day mainly covering tech/biotech and finance,” Pfenninger said. “It’s easy to draw inspiration from all the interesting things that other people are doing, especially in tech and medicine.”

  • Nickolas Williams

    “Money: Master the Game,” by Tony Robbins and “Outlier,” by Malcolm Gladwell

  • Steven Meyer

    “The Metropolitan Revolution,” by Bruce Katz and Jennifer Bradley. “I think we’re seeing it even more now than when the book was written that federal and state governments aren’t as focused on solving problems as municipalities have to be. You don’t get re-elected as mayor if the streets don’t get plowed.”

  • Vincent Viveros

    “Outliers,” by Malcom Gladwell, “provides an interesting framework for understanding success,” he said, but added, “Books are interesting, but I’ve found that building a network full of people I aspire to be like is most impactful. It helps me connect the dots from what I’ve read to the real world.”

  • Jeffrey Wilson

    “Great by Choice,” by Jim Collins, and “Grit,” by Angela Duckworth

  • See more in the print edition of Forty Under 40, delivered with the Feb. 13 issue of IBJ.

Jill Margetts

 

Jill Margetts

Centerfield Capital Partners

Teresa Mastracci

 

Teresa Mastracci

Indiana Biosciences Research Institute

Steven Meyer

 

Steven Meyer

King Park Development Corp.

Andrew Miller

 

Andrew Miller

Bose Public Affairs Group

Craig A. Mince

 

Craig
Mince

Indy Film Festival

Jackie Alita Morales

 

Jackie Morales

Morales Group

Ryan Nagy

 

Ryan
Nagy

Indiana University Health

Reza Rasoulpour

 

Reza J.
Rasoulpour

Dow AgroSciences LLC

Stephen Reynolds

 

Stephen Reynolds

Ice Miller LLP

  • Andrew Appel

    “At Chubb, I had an interim manager, Dieter Korte, who showed me the impact a manager can have when they consistently make time for their colleagues. It’s something I strive to emulate.” He also cites Roy Geesa, who was a sales manager when Appel arrived at the family company. “He never hesitated to do everything he could to develop me and help me to succeed, knowing full well that in a family organization, he may well have been developing his successor.”

  • Adrianne Slash

    “I have been surrounded by strong community leaders, each having their own legacies of impact on Indianapolis,” she said, specifically noting Nichole Wilson of Community Health Network, Holli Harrington of the Indianapolis Airport Authority, Tony Mason of the Indianapolis Urban League, “and I have my dad [Joe Slash], one of the city’s greatest public servants right in my own family.”

  • See more in the print edition of Forty Under 40, delivered with the Feb. 13 issue of IBJ.

Patrick Sells

 

Patrick Sells

Sells Group

Nathan Sinsabaugh

 

Nathan Sinsabaugh

Studio Science

Adrianne Slash

 

Adrianne L.
Slash

Leadership Indianapolis

Jason R Sondhi

 

Jason
Sondhi

Sondhi Solutions

Angie Easterday Stocklin

 

Angie Stocklin

One Click

Cole Varga

 

Cole
Varga

Exodus Refugee Immigration Inc.

Vincent Viveros

 

Vincent Viveros

Charles Schwab Private Client Investment Advisory

Dean Paul Weseli

 

Dean
Weseli

The Windsor Group Ltd.

Nixkola Williams

 

Nickolas Williams

Indiana University Foundation

Jeffrey M. Wilson

 

Jeffrey Wilson

Eli Lilly and Co.

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