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Wednesday, November 16, 2022

大波士頓商會及"城市醒覺"公佈2022十大傑出青年領袖

 Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and City Awake Announce

2022 Ten Outstanding Young Leaders

 

Boston, MA – The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and City Awake are pleased to announce the 2022 Ten Outstanding Young Leaders (TOYL) honorees. The TOYL Awards are presented annually by City Awake, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce’s premier young professional network, that connects, engages, and celebrates next-generation leaders. The awards recognize the contributions of current and emerging young, local leaders who have demonstrated professional, personal, cultural, and civic commitments to advancing a diverse, inclusive, and equitable community, organization, and region.

 

2022 Ten Outstanding Young Leaders

Constanza Cabello

Vice President, Equity Programs, State Street Corporation

Ava Callender Concepcion

Commissioner, Cannabis Control Commission

Brandon Cardet-Hernandez

Executive Director, Ivy Street School & Skills for Life

Sabrina Antoine Correia

Vice President, Public Engagement, JPMorgan Chase

Nieisha Deed

Founder & CEO, PureSpark

Vilas Dhar

President and Trustee, Patrick J. McGovern Foundation

Adrian Madaro

State Representative, 1st Suffolk District, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Kristen Riley

District Director of Operations, Stop & Shop

Madeleine Rodriguez

Partner, Foley Hoag

Tiffany Vassell

R.N. Board Member, Bay State Birth Coalition

 

 

Learn more about the 2022 TOYL honorees here.

 

The TOYL awards were presented by the Boston Jaycees from 1952 to 2006 to identify and celebrate young leaders. Since its inception, more than 500 young leaders have been honored for their professional, personal, and civic commitment to improving the quality of life within our community. In 2012, the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce revived the TOYL awards to continue the tradition of honoring Greater Boston’s current and future leaders.

 

Previous recipients include President John F. Kennedy, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, Attorney General-Elect Andrea Campbell, Rev. Willie Boderick, II, business leader Jack Connors, Jr. and community advocate and United Nations representative, Carol Fulp. View all past honorees here.

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