The Idaho Business Review has announced its 2018 Accomplished Under 40 honorees. Ten of the 40 honorees have ties to Boise State.
The faculty honorees are Brittany Brand, associate professor of geosciences, and Steven Feldstein, the Frank and Bethine Church chair of public affairs.
Boise State alumni and friends recognized by IBR include Surbir S. Chadha, vice president and commercial loan officer at Idaho Independent Bank; Gabrielle Davis, COPD educator/inpatient tobacco cessation coordinator at St. Luke’s Health System-Boise; Rialin Flores, program director, Conservation Voters for Idaho; Zach Higgins, managing member, Wright Brothers, The Building Company; Phil McGrane, chief deputy, Ada County Clerk’s Office; Julie Morgan, STEM director, Cole Valley Christian Schools; Emily Patchin, senior government affairs manager, Risch Pisca PLLC; and Holli Woodings, councilmember, Boise City Council.
The Idaho Business Review’s Accomplished Under 40 program honors 40 Idaho business and professional leaders who have achieved success before the age of 40. Prospective honorees must be under the age of 40 as of June 1, 2018. Each honoree is profiled in a special supplement with a photo and biography.
In addition, honorees and previous classes of Accomplished Under 40 attend a networking and awards event. This year’s event is at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 12 at Boise Centre East. Find tickets and more information online.