West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry honors inaugural Regional 30 Under 40
By SUBURBAN LIFE MEDIA
The West Suburban Chamber of Commerce and Industry recognized 30 individuals younger than 40 who are making an impact on the area in its inaugural Regional 30 Under 40.
The recipients were honored May 17 at Brookfield Zoo.
The 2018 Regional 30 Under 40 are:
• Joy Bruniga, vice president of human resources, Pillars Community Health
• Bill Brennan, agent, State Farm Insurance
• Nick Dubak, chief operating officer, Dubak Electrical Group
• Brian Eagan, vice president, Selden Fox
• Jackie Errico, facility manager and trainer, RightFit
• Emily Goulding, community relations manager, Amita Health
• Jordan Hanson, executive vice president, Illinois Brick Company
• Kristen Hettinga, executive assistant, Western Springs Business Association
• Gail Housman, fourth-grade teacher, Ideal Elementary School
• Katie Kaluzny, associate director, Illinois Green Alliance
• Tracy Kelly, vice president, Community Bank of Western Springs
• Chris Koenig, director of juniors and coach, LG Celtics Sports Foundation
• Brett Kovel, owner, Elite Management Associates Inc.
• Stefanie Kubitz, fifth-grade teacher, Seventh Avenue Elementary School
• Steven Langworthy, financial adviser, Edward Jones
• Chad Lopez, president, The Urban Mutt
• Matt McNaughton, principal, McNaughton Brothers Construction
• Mike McNeily, president, McNeily & Co.
• Bethany Mager, department chairwoman and teacher, Nazareth Academy
• Emily Mantucca, associate director of philanthropy, Helping Hand Center
• Zach Mottl, chief alignment officer, Atlas Tool and Die Works Inc.
• Beth Murin, communications director, Community Memorial Foundation
• Bridget O'Connor, co-creator, The DIY Playbook
• Tricia Riberto, managing broker, Coldwell Banker La Grange
• KT Speetzen, owner, Mother Cluckers Comedy
• Scott Stephens, president, ProxIT
• Scott Szeszycki, director of business affairs, Moraine Court Supportive Living
• Annie Tandy, owner and editor, Kidlist
• Brian Vaupell, owner, Jessup’s Automotive Services
• Joe Wronka, vice president of advancement, Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
Chamber communities include Brookfield, Countryside, Hodgkins, Indian Head Park, La Grange, La Grange Park, McCook, Western Springs and Willow Springs.