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Jul. 11, 2016 7:20 am

Celebrate DC’s Top 40 Entrepreneurs Under 40

The July 13 event organized by Trending 40 will take place at 1776's Crystal City space.

Trending 40 celebrated the Top 40 Chief Marketing Officers back in April.

(Photo via Facebook)

Forty is the magic number for Trending 40’s July 13 event celebrating some of the younger entrepreneurs in the D.C. region: Top 40 Entrepreneurs Under 40.

Started in 2016 by Doug Anderson, founder of DCA Media and career networking platform GEN Z, Trending 40 is an events program that has recognized local talent in the tech, legal and corporate communities since January. So far, the gatherings have honored women of D.C. tech, cyber innovators and entrepreneurs and more.

The list of founders and startups for the July 13 event taking place at 1776’s Crystal City space include Alan Clifford, cofounder of food delivery company Galley, which recently started making kids’ lunches, and Raymond Rahbar, CEO of the ever-expanding MakeOffices. Baltimore’s Jess Gartner, CEO of edtech startup Allovue, is even included.

Trending 40 has also been profiling each of the 40 honorees on its Facebook page since last month.

Early-bird pricing for the event lasts through today for $69, with prices jumping to $99 afterward. Proceeds will benefit the GEN Z scholarship fund.

Here’s the full list:

  • Adam Segal, Cove
  • Alan Clifford, Galley
  • Pranav Vora, Hugh & Crye
  • Michael Ramlet, Morning Consult
  • Jocelyn Gailliot, Tuckernuck
  • Tonio DeSorrento, Vemo Education
  • Eric Allen, Admit.me
  • Jessica Gartner, Allovue
  • Ashley Braun and Christy Skarulis, Grip the Mat
  • Carl Fairbank, Breakout Capital 
  • Raymond Rahbar, MakeOffices
  • Bobby Saini, UpsideDoor
  • Neil Shah, Aspire
  • Trever Faden, Atlas Lane
  • Bryan Bennett, Cortex Building Intelligence
  • Shervin Gerami, Teleworld Solutions
  • Michael Lovett, Vagabond Vending
  • Joshua Anton, Drunk Mode
  • Justin Howell, Rize
  • TJ Leonard, VideoBlocks
  • Serene Almomen, Senseware
  • Max Moyer, WindPact
  • Darren Catalano, HelioCampus
  • Michael Barnett, InGo
  • Alix Guerrier, LearnZillion
  • Katherine Long, Illustria
  • Alex Wirth and Jonathan Marks, Quorum
  • Sam Meek, SandBoxx
  • Charlie Henderson, SKAI
  • Yuri Horwitz, Sol Systems
  • Mark Rockefeller, Streetshares
  • Donna Khalife, SurpriseRide
  • Mike Wager, The Crypsis Group
  • Shub Debgupta, WiserTogether
  • Dale Nirvani Pfeifer, GoodWorld
  • Amelia Friedman and Param Jaggi, Hatch
  • Douglas Greise and David Svec, Veris Group
  • Chris Millet, The Lazy Company
  • Chris Villar, FrontPoint Security
  • David Fairbrothers, Dorsata

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