PBN announces 2023 40 Under Forty honorees

Updated at 10:37 a.m.

PROVIDENCE – Forty young professionals have been chosen as the winners of Providence Business News’ 19th annual 40 Under Forty program.

The honorees were selected based on their career success and involvement within their communities. Among the winners chosen for the 2023 program are those who work in the nonprofit, education, pharmaceutical, architecture, construction, manufacturing, finance, government, technology and health care sectors.

The area’s top young professionals will be recognized July 20 at 5:30 p.m. at the Aldrich Mansion in Warwick. Registration can be made to attend the event by visiting PBN.com. A special section highlighting each honoree will be featured in the July 21-Aug. 3 print and digital editions of PBN.

The following are the 2023 40 Under Forty honorees (listed alphabetically):

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  • Stacey Aguiar, United Healthcare of New England senior director of clinical quality
  • Robert Andreozzi, Pizza Marvin owner and chef
  • Kara Babcock, Union Studio Architecture & Community Design Inc. associate
  • Talia Brookshire, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island chief diversity officer
  • Peter Brown, State Street Corp. head of North America industry intelligence
  • Jennifer Carignan, Amgen Rhode Island senior manager of manufacturing
  • Krystal Carcieri Carnes, Carpionato Group director of marketing and design
  • Luca Carnevale, Hope & Main executive director
  • Tino Chow, Giant Shoulders LLC CEO
  • Jeffrey Del Ricci, Genoa Healthcare pharmacist and sales director
  • Jennifer Demeter, University of Rhode Island Foundation & Alumni Engagement director of development
  • Daniela Fairchild-Frydryk, R.I. Commerce Corp. chief strategy officer
  • Chris Federico, Rhode Island Pharmacists Association president
  • Mario Grande, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence vice president and chief financial officer of the Americas
  • Sheryl Guglielmo, DiPrete Engineering principal
  • Steven Hebner, Centreville Bank vice president of finance
  • Dr. Kristen Hubbard, Coastal Medical Physicians associate medical director
  • Brianna Hughes, The Town Dock vice president of operations, supply chain and quality
  • Megan Johnson, Webster Bank N.A. vice president, director and business banking relationship manager
  • Morgan Jones-Champlin, General Dynamics Electric Boat human resources information system business operations lead and women’s employee resource group founder
  • Allison Krause, DarrowEverett LLP senior associate attorney
  • Bryan Liese, Care New England Medical System senior vice president of operations
  • Nicholas Loring, Loring Advisory Group CEO and managing partner
  • Stephanie Mansour, WithumSmith + Brown PC senior manager
  • Jessica Marfeo, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island managing director of Medicare product
  • Maribel Echeverry-McLaughlin, CCA Health Rhode Island assistant general counsel
  • Ara Millette, Lifespan Corp. director of talent acquisition and workforce development
  • Kimberly Mittelsteadt, University Orthopedics Inc. director of human resources
  • Jaclyn Morrocco, KPMG LLP managing director, audit
  • Monsurat Ottun, Pricewaterhouse Coopers International Ltd. manager of products and technology
  • Stefan Petrella, Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc. senior vice president, director of marketing and business management
  • Joe Raposo, Site Specific LLC senior project manager
  • Christen Robbins, BL Companies senior project manager and principal
  • Carolina Roberts-Santana, Women & Infants Hospital director of pediatric research and administration
  • Andrew Rogers, Westerly Community Credit Union senior vice president and chief operating officer
  • Dr. Ankur Shah, Brown Physicians Inc. assistant professor of medicine
  • Nick Slocum, The Slocum Agency Inc. and The Slocum Home Team vice president and team leader
  • Bryan Testen, International Game Technology PLC senior director of finance, global lottery supply chain and services
  • Brooke Tremblay, TribalVision LLC group account director
  • Jenna Zellmer, Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick Ltd. partner

Bristol County Savings Bank is the presenting sponsor of PBN’s 2023 40 Under Forty program.

(CORRECTION: Corrects spelling of Kimberly Mittelsteadt’s name.)

(CORRECTION:Commonwealth Care Alliance Health Rhode Island to CCA Health Care Rhode Island.)

James Bessette is the PBN special projects editor, and also covers the nonprofit and education sectors. You may reach him at Bessette@PBN.com. You may also follow him on Twitter at @James_Bessette.