Gwinnett Young Professionals (GYP) is pleased to announce its 35 Under 35 recipients, which were awarded during THEYPARTY, a high-energy party celebrating the mission behind GYP and the thriving young professionals in our community.
Of those individuals (listed below) Ashim Gupta, Founder of Future Biologics, was highlighted as GYP’s Young Professional of the Year. As a widely respected scientific entrepreneur, this young professional shares a passion for the military and its veterans, serving as Chief Science Officer for Veterans in Pain. He is the Founder and President of Future Biologics located in Lawrenceville, GA. He also serves as the Chief Science Officer for the South Texas Orthopedic Research Institute and as well as the Director of Research & Development for BioIntegrate.
Gupta will receive access to a myriad of opportunities, including one year of free admission to all GYP Connect, Grow, and Impact events, a designated GYP of the Year parking spot at the Gwinnett Chamber, and an invitation to serve on the GYP Advisory Board.
“Gwinnett County is so fortunate to have such influential young professionals in our community who are disruptors, innovators and change-makers,” said Gwinnett Chamber President & CEO Nick Masino. “We are excited to continue to invest in the leaders of tomorrow, today, with our Gwinnett Young Professionals program.”
An initiative of the Gwinnett Chamber, Gwinnett Young Professionals encourages young businesspeople to develop and enhance their leadership skills, exchange ideas, share common interests, learn more about the area’s business community, and engage in the community’s future. GYP is designed for individuals, ages 21 to 35, who are living and/or working in Gwinnett.
To learn more about Gwinnett Young Professionals or its events, visit gwinnettyoungprofessionals.com.
Introducing the 2021 35 Under 35 Winners:
|Julian||Arias||Junior Achievement of Georgia|
|Sequoia||Ayala||The Raben Group|
|Jasmine||Billings||City of Lawrenceville|
|Clayton||Cain||Cain Injury Law|
|Megan||Carnell||City of Sugar Hill|
|Nury||Castro||Gwinnett County Government|
|Bill||Diehl||Thompson, O’Brien, Kemp & Nasuti, PC|
|Elease||Dillard||The Student Navigator|
|Emily||Dinu||The Antifragile Movement|
|Mandee||Harvey||Luckie & Co.|
|Kaitlin||Henre||Rock Paper Scissors|
|Josiah||Johnson||Boy With a Ball|
|Kevin||Jones||Georgia Banking Corporation|
|Valerie||Kinney||Rock Paper Scissors|
|HollyAnne||Knight||String & Story|
|Stephanie||McDonald||Snellville Performing Arts|
|Brittany||Partridge||Andersen, Tate & Carr, PC|
|Amanda||Pearch||Gwinnett Business RadioX|
|Kevin||Pierannunzi||SandStone Insurance Partners|
|Cole||Porter||Porter Steel Inc.|
|Muhammed||Sokhna||Black Star Resumes|
|Jessica||Stewart||Gwinnett County Government|
|Morgan||Taylor-Burns||Gwinnett Technical College|
|Tony||Tran||NDI Maxim Real Estate|
|Brittany||Weaver||Georgia Gwinnett College|