The Daily Record announces 20 in Their Twenties winners

The Daily Record has announced the winners of 20 in Their Twenties for 2016.

The honorees will be recognized during a reception June 22 at Gertrude’s at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

The Daily Record created 20 in Their Twenties in 2011 to recognize young professionals whose creativity and entrepreneurial spirit are contributing to a new energy in Maryland. Winners were selected on the basis of their professional accomplishments, community involvement and the impact of their achievements. The program celebrates the best and brightest under 30 who may have not earned their first million but whose creativity and spirit are already making significant contributions to the state.

The 20 in Their Twenties awards are judged by past honorees.

“While our 20 in Their Twenties honorees have been in the workplace for a decade or less, they are making a strong impact professionally, socially and in their community,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “They are blazing a new path and doing things differently than the generations before them. We at The Daily Record applaud their creativity, energy and forward thinking.”

The winners are:

Marie M. Anderson
Loyola University Maryland York Road Initiative

Andrew Baker
Old Westminster Winery

Kultar S. Bindra
UBS Financial Services Inc.

Kirsten Brinlee
Baltimore Collegetown Network

Liana Burns
LifeBridge Health

Phillip Chong
Duane Morris LLP

Katie Dix
Blue Water Baltimore

Jessica Fast
Abel Communications

Emily Gordon
Elevate. Inspire. Empower.

Nikki J. Hasselbarth
Venable LLP

Christopher Hawkins
BITHGROUP Technologies, Inc.

Roger G. Isom Jr.
Fitness Buddies of McDaniel College

Min Kim
Family League of Baltimore

Adam Konstas
Pessin Katz Law, PA

Hannah Marr
Office of Governor Larry Hogan

J.D. Merrill
Baltimore City College/Baltimore City Public Schools

Jamie Meyers
United Way of Central Maryland

Adam Jeraldo Milam
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Shawna Q. Murray-Browne
Kindred Wellness, LLC

Celia Neustadt
The Inner Harbor Project

Christine Osazuwa

Zachary A. Peters
Maryland Insurance Administration

Phylicia Rae Louise Porter
Optimal Public Health Solutions

Heather Rustici
Jeffrey Brown Contracting, LLC

Emily C. Rogers
University of Baltimore School of Law

Robby Sheehan
Salisbury University

Matthew Stubenberg
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service

Madeline Suggs
Baltimore Jewish Council

Francesca Genevieve Weaks
Bowie State University/Morgan State University

Ericka L. Gray Wylie
Northwest Hospital (LifeBridge Health)

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