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20 top business people under 40

— The July/August issue of Inland Business Catalyst magazine is out with the 2010 list of 20 Under 40 Young Professionals. These bright young business stars range in age from 29 to 39 and many have multiple careers and concurrent business ventures. This year's list includes:

Ellie Rayner-Aaro, co-owner and executive chef of Beacon Hill Catering and Events; Tyler Lafferty, co-founder/principal of Seven2 and 14Four digital agencies; Mike Gonzalez, KXLY TV Morning News anchor, president of the Hispanic Food Network and Professional Association of Spokane; Ronnie Rae, owner of Ronnie Rae law firm and Diamond Law LLC property management company; Heather Pieczonka, president and chief strategist of Funsational Inc.; Jeremy Hansen, chef/owner of Sante Restaurant and Charcuterie (featured on the cover of the magazine); Gregg Amend, partner of Moss Adams LLP accounting and business consulting firm; Joslyn Cox, owner of Coeur d'Alene Olive Oil Company; Adams Graves, co-founder/creative director of Range Northwest branding marketing firm; Kitara McClure, multicultural director for Spokane Community College, motivational speaker, trainer and consultant; Rob Hawley, vice president of US Bank Private Client Group; Julie Delaney, founder and executive director of Angel Ball Foundation and procurement specialist for Northwest Harvest; Nick Brumback, co-owner of Gilbano Brothers and Brumback Consulting, Inc.; Kate Bruya Reed, M.D., Dermatology Specialists of Spokane; Sarah Doxey, director of operations for Spokane Eye Clinic; Jeff Brown, executive vice president for sales and marketing for Next-IT; Heather Baze-Brown, co-founder of Maid Naturally; Andromeda Saye, controller for SMK Mechanical, LLC; Dusty Klink, owner/operator/controller of Klink's Resort, Dusty Klink consulting, J&S LLC, Universal Acquisitions LLC, Northwest Park Models LLC and U&O Construction; Stephanie Regaldo-Hertel, executive director-Prevention, Education and Development "Programs for Successful Aging". The issue also features a "How's Business Close-up" article on Kari Conner, owner of Ben and Jerry's Scoop Shop in River Park Square. For more information contact Bozzi Media at 509-533-5350.


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