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Come celebrate the 2022 20 Under 40 winners

The Steamboat Pilot & Today will recognize 20 outstanding business and community leaders under age 40 during a special 20 Under 40 celebration from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, at Snow Bowl Steamboat.

Tickets are $20 and include entry into the celebration honoring each winner, as well as appetizers. There will also be a cash bar. 

This year’s celebration is sponsored by Alpine Bank, Rex’s Family of Restaurants and the Steamboat Young Professionals Network. 



The winners will also be honored in a special publication that will be available on the day of the event. Purchase tickets at SteamboatPilot.com/20Under40.

Our Class of 2022 extraordinary young professionals includes: 



Jenny Carey: Open Space and Trails Supervisor at City of Steamboat Springs
• Adia Clark Lay: Steamboat Springs High School Class of 2022 grad, activist, student
Maren Franciosi: Communications Manager Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp.
Ben Glassmeyer: City of Steamboat Springs Trails and Howelsen Hill Crew Leader
Chelsie Holmes: Program Manager Advocates of Routt County
• Emily Katzman: Grants and Project Manager at the Housing Authority
• Brendan Kelly: Recreation Specialist U.S. Forest Service
• Carlyn Lawatsch: Youth Programs Manager Rocky Mountain Youth Corps.
• Meghan Lukens: Teacher at Steamboat Springs High School
Kristyn Malone: Office Manager Steamboat Engineering and Design, Instructor at Steamboat Tennis and Pickleball Center
Anna Moriconi McCaulley: Licensed Producer at Debbie Aragon State Farm Insurance
Harry Murray: Portfolio Manager and Partner at Deer Park Road Management Company
• Erika Petersen: Town of Oak Creek
• Sean Regan: Owner Old Town Pub
• Norma Ruth Ryan: Taproom Manager Storm Peak Brewing
• Willa Seybolt: Lead Case Manager at Partner in Routt County
• Kalynn Smith: Executive Director Routt County Alcohol Council
• Mitch Stypinski: Teacher at Sleeping Giant School
• Stephany Traylor: Owner Dusky Grouse Coffee House
• Tyree Woods: Buffalo Commons


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