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It's that time of year again.  Memphis Crossroads Magazine's annual Young Memphis issue is coming up and that means we need your nominations!  Do you know someone under 40, lives in Memphis, Tenn., and who, through their work, is pushing Memphis toward greatness?  I bet you do. In Memphis, we have a plethora of talented, young individuals who work in the arts, in business, and in the community, being innovative and creative.  

Let us know who you think should be featured in the Young Memphis issue!  In the comment section below or via email, tell me that person's name and a sentence or two on why you think that person should be a Greater Memphis Chamber Young Memphian. Nominations will be taken into consideration until Sunday, April 29th at midnight. Now, go!

-- Christina Meek


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Posted: 4/20/2012 8:57:15 AM | with 10 comments
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Christina Meek
Thanks Nicole! I'll add Mychal to our list of nominations.
4/30/2012 8:39:49 AM

Nicole
Mychal Scott of I Am Memphis is an excellent example of a Memphian working to take the city back. Through his non profit organization I Am Memphis, he and his team have been able to create opportunities for Memphians.
4/29/2012 11:11:50 PM

Christina Meek
Thanks Greg, Suzanne and Ted. I'll add those suggestions to our nominations list!
4/27/2012 8:55:49 AM

Ted Schreck
Dani Ray Barton is not only the Director of Development for Memphis Catholic Middle and High School and the Education That Works program, but she also serves the Alumni. She brings great energy and passion to our staff and cares for our students as she leads our House System and Jefferson Awards team. And, on top of all this, she is our Lady Chargers basketball coach.
4/27/2012 8:47:34 AM

Suzanne Thompson
Nomination:

Robert Feol, who is host of the FM Newstalk Radio Station, has the number 1 rated show and gives away books and other material about real estate investing through his show, "Pieces of the Puzzle," Journeys in Creative Real Estate Invest
ing. He also supports Save1Pet, a dog rescue non-profit.
4/26/2012 4:46:21 PM

Greg Gallagher
Joann is a Business Development Consultant with Governor Bill Haslam's Economic & Community Development Greater Memphis Regional Office. As a public servant Joann works tirelessly to help bring jobs to Memphis and is dedicated to promoting the regional Memphis brand. She also works in the schools to mentor girls about self-esteem and participates in various community projects throughout Memphis. Joann is the type of person who is always willing to lend a helping hand. As a young Memphian we are lucky to have her around for many more years to come.
4/26/2012 3:01:33 PM

Christina Meek
Thanks Justin! We'll add Jon to our list.
4/26/2012 11:34:01 AM

Justin Lawhead
Jon Campbell the Coordinator of Leadership Programs at the University of Memphis. Equipping students with the skills to be changes agents in their community and their profession. He is building a better Memphis through leadership training.
4/26/2012 11:32:28 AM

Christina Meek
Thanks Manny! We'll add these two to our list.
4/26/2012 9:24:04 AM

Manny Karkowsky
Two nominations:
Dorian Spears who used to work for Seedco and now works for the Mayor's Innovation Team. She's a powerhouse in Memphis trying to move the city towards greatness by attacking its worst problems.

Lindsey Osborne works for Seedco and the University of Memphis, helping low-pay workers make ends meet through a Benefits program called EarnBenefits.
4/26/2012 9:11:11 AM

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