Connecticut Magazine has announced its Class of 2013 “40 Under 40” and the Greater Hartford area has not fared too bad when it comes to who made the “best and brightest” roll call released this month.
Area “under 40s” included on the new list are:
-Jordan Cohen Coe, 32, Wethersfield, who oversees many business aspects of the ShopRite store chain, and sits on several boards including The Friends of the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and Our Piece of the Pie.
-Mark Berardi, 38, Southington, who is the director of membership and training at the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits.
-Nathan Grube, 37, West Hartford, tournament director of the Travelers Championship which raised a record $1.1 million in 2012 for a host of local charities.
-Dave Marcoux, 28, Marshall Deming, 28 and Luke Davis, 26, all of West Hartford who together are the entrepreneurs who built the successful The Hartford Denim Co. The fashion-forward jeansmakers are also active in their local Neighborhood Revitalization Zone.
-Erika Wilson, 32, Hartford, director of reporting and insights at Optum, a subsidiary of United Health Group. She founded an annual farmers’ market in Rocky Hill and is on the board of the sisters of St. Joseph of Chambery’s Mission Advancement Council, a member of the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut Women’s Leadership Council.
-Jeffrey J. White, 34, Simsbury who is a partner and chair of Robinson & Cole’s appellate practice group. Chair of the Young Lawyers Section of the Connecticut Bar Association, the Judge Maxwell Heiman Memorial Award winner has worked with the Billings Forge Community Works and volunteers with the New England Air Museum.
-Michael D. Goldfarb, 34 of West Hartford is an attorney at Murtha Cullina. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association house of Delegates and a director of government relations for CBA’s young lawyers section.
-Carrie Titolo, 25, West Hartford is a member of the steering committee of the Young Women’s Leadership Program and is communications and events coordinator for the Connecticut Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
-Thomas Tedesco, 34, Glastonbury is director of business development for The Music People in Berlin.
-Jarrett Solomon, 32, West Hartford is sr. financial adviser and certified financial planner at Connecticut Wealth Management in Farmington. A mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters, she is also a budget coach at Co-opportunity in Hartford.
-Jeff “Zeke” Zyjeski, 39, Avon is lawyer/lobbyist at Gaffney, Bennett & Associates.
-Taryn Mondi, 34, West Hartford is sr. vice president at Wells Fargo Advisors, a registered corporate coach and serves on the executive committee of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Connecticut chapter.
-Jeremy C. Lowe, 38, Hartford is a trail lawyer at the Hartford firm of Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider whose pro bono efforts include Adoption from the Heart and the Hartford Rescue Mission.
-Carolyn Kuan, 34, Hartford is the Hartford symphony Orchestra’s first female conductor/director who, since being hired in 2011, has established the Discovery concerts for children and developed unique programming and collaborations to attract and expand symphony audiences.
For the entire list go here.