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2018 Forty Under 40: Lahny Silva

While teaching criminal law and other courses (and being named Best New Law Professor by students and Faculty Advisor of the Year twice), Lahny Silva is influential beyond the classroom through her work with the REACH program.

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2018 Forty Under 40: Darshan Shah

Darshan Shah is Indiana’s first chief data officer. In that role, he leads the Indiana Management Performance Hub and coordinates resources to guide policymakers in addressing the opioid epidemic, optimizing Medicaid services, and enhancing Indiana’s education-to-workforce pipeline.

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2018 Forty Under 40: David P. King

Helping religious leaders to be more effective, David King and his team have attracted more than $4 million in grant support as they work with hundreds of congregations and faith-based not-for-profits around the country while also researching, teaching and training here at home.

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2018 Forty Under 40: Allison A. Karns

Chairing the Junior League’s Holiday Mart and taking part in FBI training were just some of the side trips on Allison Karns’ road to becoming one of the key legal minds in the Holcomb administration.

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2018 Forty Under 40: Megan Glover

Created to address the water-quality crisis, Megan Glover’s startup rose in under two years to $2 million in bookings, including contracts with the state for water-testing kits for more than 800 public schools.

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2018 Forty Under 40: Derrick Feldmann

Seeking better ways to build bridges between organizations and the public, Derrick Feldmann not only founded a firm but also has led research, written books and organized a conference for millennials dedicated to next-step philanthropy and social change.

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2018 Forty Under 40: Jenn Lisak Golding

After working with such clients as Angie’s List, Compendium and TinderBox, and being a recipient of TechPoint’s inaugural Tech 25 award, Jenn Golding launched her digital marketing company while also keeping a busy schedule of speaking engagements and board work.

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2018 Forty Under 40: Elizabeth Hagerman

By forging partnerships with businesses throughout the state, Elizabeth Hagerman connects Rose-Hulman’s student talent pool to hands-on experiences, helping create the next generation of Indiana tech entrepreneurs.

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2018 Forty Under 40: P. Christopher Kirles

Even with the completion of 360 Market Square, a $120 million, 27-story mixed-use luxury apartment tower, Christopher Kirles doesn’t have much time to rest: Flaherty & Collins has $500 million in projects in the works. 

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2018 Forty Under 40: Blake Koriath

The first chief financial officer of all of High Alpha’s early-stage portfolio companies, Blake Koriath has been instrumental in High Alpha’s enterprise cloud companies, raising more than $40 million in investment capital.

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2018 Forty Under 40: Adam J. Krupp

Commissioner Indiana Department of Revenue After working as an English teacher and earning his law degree, Krupp back-and-forthed to New York City before settling back in Indiana. At the Department of Revenue, he’s instituting a new IT system that will cut down amended-return processing time from six months to a couple of weeks. Age: 39 […]

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2018 Forty Under 40: Marisa Kwiatkowski

The Star’s star investigative reporter, Marisa Kwiatowski, has been a key part of award-winning projects about sexual abuse at USA Gymnastics, children’s mental health services, and problems at Adult Protective Services in Indiana.

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2018 Forty Under 40: Landon Lewis

One of the state’s leading cybersecurity experts, Landon Lewis’ “ethical hacks” have exposed vulnerabilities in a corrections facility, an in-flight entertainment system and a leading global law firm.

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