Foundation / Corporation
Albuquerque Business First
Awards to New Mexico young professionals to recognize outstanding leadership and contributions to the broader community. Nominees will be considered on the basis of leadership skills, community contributions, and professional achievement. Evaluation of nominees will be performed by a panel of leaders in the business community. Nominees must be under the age of 40 as of the 2021 publication date. Those selected as honorees will be celebrated at an awards event and featured in an Albuquerque Business First special report in 2021.
Young professionals are vital to New Mexico and it is important to acknowledge those making great strides in shaping our community's future. For over 15 years, Albuquerque Business First has recognized young talent through the annual 40 Under Forty Awards.
Albuquerque Business First is looking for the state’s most awesome young leaders — those who are taking action early in their careers and will continue to influence New Mexico in the future.
GrantWatch ID#: 177674
Those selected as honorees will be celebrated at an awards event and featured in an Albuquerque Business First special report in 2021.
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For additional questions, contact Events Director Holly Marquez, Hmarquez@bizjournals.com.
Albuquerque Business First
6565 Americas Pkwy NE, Suite 770
Two Park Square
Albuquerque, NM 87110
USA: New Mexico
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