More Than 30 Leaders Nominated for Waco Under 40

The Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Waco Under 40 nominees! In its second year, Waco Under 40 is a rare opportunity for the best and brightest from a diverse group of professions and causes to gather and receive much deserved recognition. The luncheon recognizes rising young leaders who have distinguished themselves in their careers and in the community. In addition to honoring the selected nominees, the luncheon is intended to help motivate young people throughout our area to become community leaders and provide an avenue for those over 40 to celebrate, encourage and share knowledge with the young leaders of Waco.
Nominees are:

  • Dr. Kelsey Baas, Compleo Physical Therapy & Wellness
  • Jordy Barksdale, Magnolia
  • Dr. Brooke Blevins, Baylor University
  • Bricker Bruner, Bricker Bruner – Bentwood Realty
  • Nicole Burnett, L3Harris
  • Josh Caballero, Grassroots Community Development
  • Kyle DeBeer, Waco ISD
  • Lilly Ettinger, Baylor University
  • Walt Ford, L3Harris
  • Anna Futral, CASA of McLennan County
  • Daniel G. Garcia, Extraco Banks
  • Karisa Garner, Heart of Texas Region MHMR
  • Clinton Glaesmann, Midway ISD
  • Benjamin Gomez, Neighborly
  • Jacob Green, Keep Waco Loud
  • Lindsey Helton, Waco ISD
  • Becky Kramm, L3Harris
  • Travis Logue, BancorpSouth
  • Carrie Maddux, Waco Moms
  • Genesis Moncada
  • Kristen Mynar, Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee, PLLC
  • Brittany L. Perrine, Baylor University
  • Jonathan Pokluda, Harris Creek Baptist Church
  • Amine Qourzal, City of Woodway
  • Caitlyn Remson, Central National Bank
  • Brian Remson, Credent Wealth Management / CX Institutional
  • Shawna Brooke Roscom, Edward Jones Investments
  • Joseph Scaramucci, McLennan County Sheriff’s Department
  • Shelly Spinks, Pattillo, Brown & Hill LLC
  • Anne Tamporello, Tamporello Properties, LLC
  • Dominic Villa, City of Waco
  • Izabel Weaver
  • Clint Weaver, Hobbs Bonded Fibers

Nominees represent not only the young leaders who demonstrate a tremendous positive impact in their respective industries, but who also go beyond the call of duty by volunteering their personal time to give back to the community.

Soon, we will announce the honorees to be recognized at the annual luncheon.

“This program is a great opportunity for us to celebrate the young leaders in our community,” said Amanda Haygood, program director. “We always strive to celebrate leaders, but especially now, members of this group are doing great things for Waco.”

Nominees and honorees will be recognized at the luncheon currently scheduled for December 1, 2020. Presenting sponsorship for Waco Under 40 is provided by Bird Kultgen Ford.