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BBJ names 40 Under 40 for 2023

The Boston Business Journal has announced this year’s 40 Under 40 honorees, and they range from young founders and CEOs to rising stars at some of the region's biggest companies.

The 2023 group includes a 13 founders, just as many CEOs and five executive directors. They span retail to life sciences, charitable organizations to banking and financing, among others.

A 40 Under 40 Awards celebration is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 26 at the Boston Harbor Hotel.

Honorees work in public and private sectors, nonprofit and government, and from large corporations to very small operations. They were chosen by the Boston Business Journal editorial staff from nearly 300 nominations. Features on each honoree will be included in a special supplement of the Business Journal.

"At a time when innovative and diverse leadership is critical, this year’s 40 Under 40 honorees represent a positive path ahead for Greater Boston business and the community as a whole," said Carolyn M. Jones, Boston Business Journal's market president and publisher. "The Boston Business Journal is proud to share their stories as they can inspire us all to act and work together to make our city a place where all can thrive."

Here are this year’s honorees:

  • Stephen Aborn
  • Ramses Alcaide
  • Melina Ambrosino
  • Vivek Arora
  • Marina Cappi
  • Ava Concepcion
  • Walter Diaz
  • Emily Dulong
  • Nicholas Duncan
  • Modjossorica Elysee
  • Yordanos Eyoel
  • D'Andre Fernandez
  • Niyum Gandhi
  • Jon Gay
  • Brianna Goodwin
  • Brittany Greenfield
  • Danielle Kim
  • Annie King
  • Bessie King
  • Maxim Lobovsky
  • Kleida Martiro
  • Michael Meucci
  • Michael Monovoukas
  • Ceferina Murrell
  • Jinesh Patel
  • Amy Pocsik
  • Adam Ponte
  • Devanshi Purohit
  • Alex Rappaport
  • Anthony Richards II
  • Elsabel Rincon
  • Giuseppe Stuto
  • Laura Teicher
  • Karina Teixeira
  • Elke Trilla
  • Natalia Urtubey
  • Maria Vasco
  • Arianne Waldron
  • Stan Wang
  • Derrick Young Jr.^22289000