Andrew Alongi, Marist College
Brian Arnoff, Kitchen Sink and Meyer’s Olde Dutch restaurants
Micah Bennett, Hudson Valley Concierge Service
Joseph Blondin, DMD, MSc, Blondin Endodontics
Susana Briscoe-Alba, Mount Saint Mary College
Michael Campbell, Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union
Brittany Cataldo, M&T Bank
Michelle Cherubini, The Wheel House
Jonathan Cilley, Hudson Valley Credit Union
Darrigan DeMattos, Garnet Health Foundation
Caroline Falk, Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union/Laerdal Medical
Marisa Finkelberg, Putnam County Legal Aid Society, Inc.
Kelly M. Formoso, American Red Cross
Amanda Friedemann, United Healthcare Community Plan
Marie Hughes, FIT4MOM Dutchess County
Joseph Judge, New Paltz Police Department
Jeffrey Kakish, MD, MBA, Merritt Hawkins an AMN Healthcare Company
Joshua F. Kaplan, The Randolph School
Debbi Keefe, Mobile Life Support Services
Devin Knox, S&O Construction Services, Inc.
George Kontogiannis, GKontos, Inc.
Sabrina Laurino, Millbrook Middle School and Dance Works Too!
Anne Marie (Annie) Leamy, iHeartMedia
Marisa M. Moore, PhD, Marist College
John Morzen, The Hudson Valley (online community)
Christine Pellegrino, Pellegrino Healing Center
Malinda Pollack, Rhinebeck Bank
Jen Radicone, Habitat for Humanity of Dutchess County
Stefania Riccitelli, LCS Facility Group
Amanda Richline, Unshattered
Andrew Salemo, Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp.
Margot Schinella, Vassar College
Justin Semke, Ameriprise Financial Services
Mamta Shah, MD, CareMount Medical
Kelly Sherman, Marshall & Sterling Insurance
Mary Kiernan Smith, British Swim School Hudson Valley
Christopher Tamulonis, Northwell Health
Tara Tornello, Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy
Caitlin Wagner, Hyde Park Central School District
Adam Watson, Sloop Brewing Co.
For sponsorship information, contact Rich Kleban at RichK@dcrcoc.org or call (845)454-1700, ext. 1023.
The Forty Under 40 Mover & Shaker awards are bestowed annually to 40 individuals under the age of 40 who have shown a strong commitment to the Hudson Valley. A selection committee comprised of former honorees judge nominations based on professional and community achievements. They score each nomination independently of each other and the Chamber, and the scores are then tallied to determine the Top 40. Neither the Chamber staff nor any sponsors or partners influence the judging in any way. The awards ceremony, which is open to the public, is a celebration of these individuals and their accomplishments.
Mark Malone, Co-Chair