Business in Vancouver has announced the winners of the 2019 Forty under 40 Awards. The awards highlight the achievements of 40 of B.C.’s outstanding young entrepreneurs, executives, and professionals.
Winners are under 40 and have demonstrated excellence in business, judgment, leadership and community contribution. Each winner will be profiled in the special edition Forty under 40 magazine issued in the December 3 edition of Business in Vancouver.
BIV is extending an invitation to an evening of celebration as it honours these individuals at the 30th annual Forty under 40 Awards gala. To view the event page, click here.
The 2019 winners are:
Adil Ahamed, managing director, Destination Auto Group
Kyle Barker, co-founder and CEO, Cryptek Labs,
Paulina Cameron, CEO, Forum for Women Entrepreneurs
Brent Charleton, CEO and president, EnWave Corporation
Robert Coard, partner; BC region industries leader; technology and consumer markets leader for Western Canada, PwC Canada
Cheryl D'Sa, managing partner, Narwal Litigation LLP
Zahra Esmail, executive director, South Vancouver Neighbourhood House and Marpole Neighbourhood House (ANHBC),
Ashley Freeborn, co-founder, managing director, Smash + Tess
Hanna Golota, chief operating officer, Globalme
Erik Hadley, director, process development, Stemcell Technologies
Janie Hungerford, founder and principal, Hungerford Salter Interior Design
Brittney Kerr, principal, Earnscliffe Strategy Group
Vera Kobalia, board director, World Economic Forum, Global Council on Development Finance
Matthew Lewis, president, Braidy Corp.
Derrick Li, executive director, finance and corporate services, Coast Mountain Bus Company
Ian MacKinnon, co-founder, chief technology officer, Later.com
Christina Marcano, CEO, Silver Icing Inc.
Reshma Mehta, director, partnerships and business development, consumer health, Telus
Stephen Menon, vice-president, product, Finn AI
Carly Monahan, investment adviser, Odlum Brown Ltd.
Rachel Nelson, president, Exan a Henry Schein Co.
Nicole Parmar, founder & managing partner, JNJ Business Strategies
Jordana Pourian, senior vice-president, operations, Aritzia
Jay Rhind, partner, Rhino Ventures
Khaled Shariff, in-house counsel, Squamish First Nation
Amanda Shatzko, president, AS Consulting and Art
Ben Silverman, CEO, Integral Artists Talent Agency
Sharon Singh, associate, Bennett Jones LLP
Ashley Smith, president, Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver
Jonathan Snoek, managing partner, Cascadia Strategy Consulting Partners Inc.
Sean Stofer, founder, Various
Byron Thom, principal, Framework Venture Partners
Jasmean Toor, vice-president, real estate finance, Edgar Development
Ryan Uy, director, finance and administration, DP World (Canada) Inc.
Lisa von Sturmer, CEO, Growing City
Erin Walker, director of strategy and program management office, Telus Security and Automation, Telus
Jeffery Ward, founder and CEO, Animikii Indigenous Technology
Jonas Woost, director of business development, Pacific Content
Eskandar “Alex” Yamini, president and CEO, Sarmaya Capital Corp.
Leena Yousefi, lawyer/CEO, YLaw Group