Brittany Davis, Brian Buell Recognized as a 20 Under 40 Emerging Leader
Two Lewis County leaders recognized for their dedication and leadership roles within their jobs and communities at the 20 Under 40 Luncheon Ceremony on December 6, 2018, at the Hilton Garden Inn, Watertown, NY.
Lewis County Economic Development’s Marketing & Communication Specialist, Brittany Davis, was recently recognized as a 20 Under 40 Emerging Leader for the Class of 2018 for her dedication towards her work and community. Brittany has worked for Lewis County Economic Development for two and a half years and has also taken on various community roles, such as the organizer and creator of the successful Food Truck Fridays event in Lowville, NY, serving on the Lewis County Emerging Professionals planning board, and a swim coach with a local club team, the Turbine Swim Club.
Brian Buell, owner of Brian Buell Hoof Trimming and Silver Sap Maple, a growing maple production facility in New Bremen, NY, was also recognized as an emerging leader. Brian serves as the first assistant chief in the New Bremen Fire Hall, and is also involved in Operation Second Chance, which organizes hunting trips for wounded warriors.
The 20 Under 40 awards, led by NNY Business Magazine, is a yearly nomination process, where awardees must be nominated by their peers or colleagues for the work they do in their jobs and communities. This years class was comprised of twenty individuals, ranging from the ages of 28 through 38, who come from various backgrounds, but have all given back to their communities in various ways.
We would like to congratulate Brittany Davis, Brian Buell, and the rest of the awardees for their dedication to their jobs, communities and the North Country.
You can find their write-ups in the December 2018 issue of NNY Business Magazine.