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This year’s Top 5 Young Professionals and Fan Favorite have been named

 Denver – The 2016 GenXYZ ColoradoBiz Magazine celebration, now in its 7th year, recognized 25 outstanding young professionals for their excellence in business on Sept. 29. Mayor Michael Hancock addressed the event, which drew more than 200 people, and Denver Channel 7News Reporter & Producer Eric Lupher acted as emcee.

The 2016 ColoradoBiz GenXYZ event was a night of surprises, including the top five winners and this year’s Fan Favorite, who was voted on by their peers via social media. A panel of cross-sector judges decided which of the nominations received this year would be among the 25 finalists for the GenXYZ Awards― a difficult task, as the competition was fierce.

Here are the 2016 Top 25 Young Professionals and the Top 6 who won awards:

 Top 5 Young Professional Winners:

Jessica Acosta: Environmental Consulting Services
Jeff Casimir: Turing School of Software & Design
Chanda Hinton-Leichtle: Chanda Plan Foundation
Jeremiah Owen: Vivax Pros
Peter Melby: Greystone Technology

2016 Fan Favorite:
 Justin Levy: Conscious Alliance
With 600+ likes on Facebook

Top 20 Young Professional Finalists:

 Gordon Bronson: Seaward Hanfling Public Affairs
Travis Conway: SDR Ventures, Inc.
April Davis: Cupid’s Cronies
Stephanie Donner: Galvanize
Dan Epstein: Unreasonable Group
Keo Frazier: McWhinney
Cole Frock: Batky Howell/Skill Distillery
Kristin Golliher: WildRock Public Relations & Marketing
Nic Gray: Hyprloco
Adam Hasemeyer: Spire Digital
Natalie Henley: Volume Nine
Justin Levy: Conscious Alliance
Genna Moe: The Art Base
Jeremy Nicholas: First Western Bank
Jeremy Ostermiller: Altitude Digital
Jeffrey Schell: The Quandary Group
Reed Smith: CoBiz Insurance
Jensen Sutta: Jensen Sutta Photography
Matt Teeters: Alpine Bank
Blair Withington: Forbes M+A Group

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