The Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business is looking for rising stars to feature in its annual Mid-Columbia Young Professionals edition.
Mid-Columbia professionals age 40 and under are encouraged to apply.
Applications will be reviewed for career development, leadership, and charity work or community involvement. Answers will form the basis for a profile in our special Young Professionals edition.
Letters of recommendation and additional materials may be submitted with applications but are not required.
Winners will be notified in July. The winners will be featured in the August issue of the Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business.
Thank you for your applications. Good luck!
Young Professional 2016: Jeff Pomeroy
Jeff Pomeroy is the owner of Legacy One Insurance Services, Richland Hometown: Mesa, Arizona How long have you lived in the Tri-Cities? Five years Family: I am married to my lovely wife Amanda Pomeroy and we have two sons named Brayden and Ethan. We also have a Maltese dog the boys named Russell, after the…
Young Professional 2016: Anne Spilman
Anne Spilman is the managing director at Academy of Children’s Theatre, Richland Hometown: Tri-Cities How long have you lived in the Tri-Cities? 25 years, off and on Family: My immediate family is quite tiny, just me and my mom. I am very lucky, however, to have a large family of close friends in many states…
Young Professional 2016: William Wang
William Wang is a financial Planner at HFG Trust, Kennewick and owner/partner at Mustang Sign Group, Kennewick Hometown: Sydney, Australia How long have you lived in the Tri-Cities? Five years Family: We have a baby girl named Blakely Rae and two dogs named Mowgli and Baloo. Company background: HFG Trust is the first locally-owned trust…