2021 Entrepreneurial Awards

Region’s Top Young Professionals Honored At 10 Over the Next Ten Awards

These professionals are known go-getters and are expected to be significant contributors to the community in the next decade.

The annual 10 Over the Next Ten Awards recognizes Greater Lansing’s top young professionals who are viewed as ones to watch. These professionals are known go-getters and are expected to be significant contributors to the community in the next decade.

This year’s 14th annual event, co-hosted by the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce and Grand River Connection, was a virtual event held Sept. 22. Judging for the awards is based on each nominee’s professional achievement, community involvement and level of personal success thus far.

The 2020 winners include Matthew Anderson, who serves as executive director at Engaged Outreach; Zachary Armstrong, a chief investment officer at Siena Investments; Ceci Bordayo, CEO of Pass the Mic and Pass it On Inc.; Grace Braatz-Opper, a financial representative for Modern Woodmen of America; Amanda Davis, community outreach director for WLNS-TV 6; Katie Krick, a commercial insurance producer with Cedar River Insurance Agency; Joe Lewis II, a project manager for C2AE; Lisa Nguyen, senior projects and public relations officer for Delta Dental; Josh Robertson who serves as lobbyist/political action committee manager for the Midwest Strategy Group of Michigan; and Lillian Werbin, chief operations officer/human resources director at Elderly Instruments in Lansing.

With this list of highly recognizable names, there is no doubt you’ll be hearing more from them in the years to come.

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