SNJ Millennials name 30 Under 30 Winners

SNJ Millennials announced the winners of its inaugural 30 Under 30 Trendsetter Awards this week leading up to the organization’s first annual ceremony at Lucien’s Manor on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 6:30 p.m.

SNJ Millennials, which provides networking opportunities, business workshops and seminars for young people across the Tri-State area, will honor young people in the fields of: creative  services, entrepreneurship, journalist/production, marketing, media planner/buyer, public relations, project management, sales, strategy, and technology.

The inaugural winners include: Eugene Tyler Ardron, vice president, Risk Reduction Plus; Dr. Shane Becker, president and owner, Rise Chiropractic; Angela Brown, events coordinator, Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce; Tyler Burrell, councilman at large, Delran Township; Lady Spinelli Byrd, chief executive, Spinellisaidit; Riccardo Dale, board of trustees, Rowan University; Ryan Doran, journeyman/wireman, IBEW Local 351.

And Caitlyn Graham, marketing manager, Robin’s Nest Inc.; Johnathan Grzybowski, co-founder, Penji; Ryan Graves, chief executive, lead trainer, Superior Fitness; Max Jennings, co-owner, Infinity Digital; Cory Jett Jr., chief executive, More To Come Lifestyle; Robert John, owner, Lehigh Valley Events; David Kryszczak, chief executive, Deptford Technology Services; Teresa Lundy, principal, TML Communications.

Also, Anthony Mazziotti, associate editor, Newspaper Media Group; William McCauley, business development manager, Marlin Business Services Corp.; Denzel T. McColley, investor and accountant, DT Investments; Johnathan Moraglia, chief executive, The Drone Life; Shannon Natale, policy analyst, New Jersey General Assembly Majority Office.

And, Amanda Peacock, Miss Veterans Day 2018, Miss America Organization; Rashan Prailow, consultant and speaker, The Think Group; Tony Prosperi, founder and owner, Glassboro Lawn Care; Robert Ransom, attorney, Archer & Greiner; Corey Sandone, founder, Lost Threads; Eric Schubert, chief executive, ES Genealogy; Wyatt Sklar, community affairs coordinator, U.S. Sen. Robert Menedez Office; Mara Smith, associate attorney, Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, LLP;  and Saadiq Y. Wicks, founder and director, Lllet Me Finish.

The event has sponsorship packages available for $5,000, $2,500, $1,000 still available with tickets starting at $65 in advance, $75 for members and $90 for the general public. A portion of the proceeds will go toward the organization’s scholarship fund.

For more information, contact: www.snjmillennials.org/membership