Magazine honoring Forty Under 40

Central Illinois Business magazine, published by The News-Gazette, has announced the winners of its sixth annual Forty Under 40 Awards.

The awards recognize young professionals for their achievements, experience, innovation, leadership and community involvement. The magazine solicited nominations from the community, and a panel of judges reviewed the nominations and chose the 40 winners, including a Woman of the Year and Man of the Year.

Central Illinois Business magazine will publish profiles of the award winners in its October/November issue, and they will be recognized at a luncheon on Oct. 3 at the Hilton Garden Inn. Anyone interested in attending the luncheon can reserve a ticket by going to http://www.news-gazette.com/luncheon or by contacting Cassandra Schowengerdt at cschow@news-gazette.com. Tickets for the luncheon are $25.

The 2013 Forty Under 40 Woman of the Year is Marissa Siebel, co-founder and vice president of marketing for IntelliWheels. The 2013 Man of the Year is Sheldon Turner, coordinator of Operation Hope for the Champaign school district.

The other Forty Under 40 Award winners this year are:

— Jason Asaad, TRIO program adviser, Danville Area Community College

— Katie Blakeman, Champaign County circuit clerk

— Jason Bletzinger, principal, North Ridge Middle School, Danville

— Kathryn Blum, interim senior director of annual giving and associate director of planning and policy analysis, University of Illinois Foundation

— Jamie Boas, 4-H youth development educator, University of Illinois Extension

— January Boten, area coordinator, University of Illinois Housing

— Justin Bouse, supervisor, criminal investigation division, Rantoul Police Department

— Cynthia Bruno, morning news anchor, WCIA-TV

— Ann Bushman, manager, McGladrey

— Cheryl Camacho, principal, Garden Hills Elementary School, Champaign

— Sally Carter, executive director and founder, Tap In Leadership Academy

— Whitney Fleming, stylist/manager/marketing director/co-owner, Rod Sickler Salon & Spa

— Clay Foley, educator and investigator, Champaign County Humane Society

— Kurt Glosser, curriculum department director, University of Illinois Fire Service Institute

— Natalie Gross, director of marketing and sales, Fox Development Corp.

— Chris Harbourt, vice president and principal engineer, Waterborne Environmental

— Ryan Heiser, senior vice president and branch manager, Fisher National Bank

— Andrea Klingel, agent, Illiana Insurance Agency

— Kelly Duitsman Loschen, accounting manager, Martin, Hood, Friese & Associates

— Ryan Loschen, farmer

— Danielle Matthews, vice president and chief financial officer, Developmental Services Center

— Christina McClelland, public arts coordinator, City of Urbana

— Kip McDaniel, branch manager, Central Illinois Bank

— Brian Moline, radio sales and on-air personality, WDWS/WHMS

— Tracy Parish, program coordinator, University of Illinois School of Music

— Tristan Pisarczyk, director of operations and facilities, St. John's Catholic Newman Center

— Andy Quarnstrom, Champaign Fire Department lieutenant and Champaign Township Supervisor

— Derek Sanders, sales, Carmack Car Capitol

— Brian Sauder, policy director, Faith in Place

— Amber Seip, owner/trainer, Alpha & Omega Power Training

— Julia Sullivan, creative director, Trigard Bronze

— Shandra Summerville, cultural linguistic competence coordinator, ACCESS Initiative of Champaign County

— Marla Todd, associate director of advancement, University of Illinois Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition

— Christine Walsh, editor, The County Star

— April Warren-Grice, assistant director, University Laboratory High School

— Jennifer White, constituent services director for U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis

— Sean Widener, transportation department manager, Clark Dietz

— Nick Zazal, events director, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts

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