The Daily Record is proud to announce its 20 in Their Twenties award winners for 2013.
20 in Their Twenties features Maryland’s up-and–comers who are successful by or before the age of 30. Selected by previous winners of the award, honorees are chosen on the basis of professional accomplishment, civic involvement and impact of achievement.
The program celebrates the best and brightest under 30 who may have not earned their first million but whose creativity and spirit are already contributing to a new energy in Maryland.
This year’s winners will be recognized at a reception Wednesday, June 26 at Gertrude’s at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
The winners are:
— Ejaz Baluch Jr., Baltimore City Public Schools
— Christina M. Brooking, Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office
— Laura Bumiller, University of Maryland School of Social Work
— Liz Crammond, United Way of Central Maryland
— Danielle Gaquin Davis, MGH
— Ryan J. Dymek, Willis Law Firm, P.A.
— Chas Eby, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
— Catherine Estevez, Urban Alliance
— Abby Ferretti, Johns Hopkins Medicine
— Kathryn Hickey, Saul Ewing LLP
— Noelle Hopper, Maryvale Preparatory School
— Alan C. Lazerow, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP
— Mallory K. McDonald, Legg Mason
— Mack McGee, Groove Commerce
— Benjamin Meredith, Iliff, Meredith, Wildberger & Brennan, P.C.
— Jenna K. O’Connor, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP
— Marianne E. Ortiz, Profiles, Inc.
— Elizabeth R. Paal, Heritage Financial Consultants
— Jill K. Pardini, Soccer Without Borders Baltimore
— Thomasina Poirot, Venable LLP
— Michelle Amick Prikhodko, Andalman and Flynn, Attorneys at Law
— Ashley Riddle, Up-Do’s For I Do’s, LLC
— Christina Ryan, Hartman Executive Advisors
— Kathleen Bands Schindler, My Cleaning Service, Inc.
— LaRee Siddiqui, Junior Achievement of Central Maryland
— Julie Surell Siegel, Miles & Stockbridge P.C.
— Greg Sileo, Maryland Department of Human Resources
— Jared Solomon, The Intersection/First Focus
— Caryn York, Job Opportunities Task Force