Congratulations to our 2020 Rising Stars Honorees!

Living Classrooms Rising Stars presented by the Baltimore Business Journal are a select group of Baltimore young professionals, under the age of 40, who are rising in their field and are recognized as young philanthropists.

Rising Stars is a Living Classrooms program aimed at engaging up-and-coming young professionals in philanthropy. Rising Stars honorees are nominated and selected based on their professional achievements and philanthropic efforts. Honorees participate in networking and philanthropic activities throughout the year and are recognized in the media. The program culminates with an awards celebration in the fall of each year.

Please join us in congratulating our 2020 class of Baltimore honorees!

Adam Aist, M&T Bank
Marc Broady, Weller Development
Brent Burton, Green Source Lawn Care 
Brandon Carrera, KPMG, LLP
Nick Daly, WMS Partners
Robert Dawson, 360 Your Business 
Kelly Drnec, Hotel Revival 
Jenifer Fedeli, White Oak Hospitality
Daniel King-Robertson, P.R.E.S.S. Inc.
Jill Knickerbocker, 14 West Administrative Services, LLC
Nick Loiselle, CBRE
Elsa M., WMAR-2 ABC News
Nicholas A. Mongelluzzo, Venable, LLP
Kara Frazier, Exelon
Meriane Moreira Oaks, Tenable Inc.
Paul Sellers, Masters Title & Escrow
Sid Sharma, Mobtown Fermentation
Paul Taylor II, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Danna Thomas, Happy Teacher Revolution
Meredith Upton, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Steven White 
Yinga Xia, T. Rowe Price
Gina Rose Zanghi, Under Armour

 

Nominate a Young Professional for our 2021 Class of Rising Stars!

Do you know an up-and-coming young professional in the Baltimore, MD – Washington, DC region that you would like to honor for their achievements?  Nominate them for our 2021 class!  Nominations are accepted year-round, and space is limited.

The nomination forms can be found here.