The Oakland County Executive’s Elite 40 Under 40 Program is looking for the ‘Best of the Best’ for the Class of 2020. If you know a young entrepreneur, community leader, teacher or any person who has made significant contributions to their chosen field and the quality of life in Oakland County and the region – here is your chance to recognize them for their good work! Nominate them today for the Elite 40 Class of 2020, or if you fit this criteria, enter yourself:
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“The Elite 40 Under 40 program welcomes nominations of anyone under 40 dedicated and committed to improving the quality of life for others in our region,” County Executive David Coulter said. “As Oakland County executive, I want to hear from the next Elite 40 class about how the county can work toward a future that is responsive to the energy and creativity of young entrepreneurs.”
Nominations can be made at Elite40.com between now and November 4th. Candidates may enter themselves until 5:00 p.m. on November 8th. To be eligible, a candidate must live or work in Oakland County, be 18 years of age or older, and have been born after December 31, 1980. Continue reading
Members of the newly selected Elite 40 under 40 Class of 2019 came together for the first time at a private reception prior to the 2019 State of the County address on February 7th, 2019 at United Shore in Pontiac. The Elite 40 were honored guests of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, who recognized them and their achievements in his speech.
“I’m excited about this outstanding class of talented and passionate leaders who are committed to improving their professions and their communities every day,” Patterson said. “These young leaders are wonderful ambassadors for Oakland County.” Continue reading
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson delivered the 2019 State of the County address in United Shore’s new Pontiac headquarters on Thursday night. Their new space provided an underscore to Patterson’s overall address: a message of continual economic growth and development in Oakland County.
Patterson opened his address with words of congratulations for Kristin Rohrbeck, as she was revealed as the winner of Oakland County’s Elite 40 under 40 Class of 2019. Rohrbeck, 32, is the director of the Oakland University Joanne and Ted Lindsay Foundation Autism Outreach Services (OUCARES).
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson‘s Elite 40 Under 40 initiative, now in its eighth year, celebrates Oakland County’s “Best and Brightest” between ages 18 and 39. If you know a young person who adds value to the community through their compassion, intellect, or entrepreneurial spirit, don’t keep it a secret! Nominate them today or if you fit this criteria, enter yourself:
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Elite 40 class members will be featured in Oakland County Prosper, become part of a distinguished network of professionals and business leaders, be invited to signature county events, and much more.
Nominations can be made at Elite40.com between now and November 29th. Candidates may enter themselves until 5:00 p.m. on November 2nd. To be eligible, a candidate must live or work in Oakland County, be 18 years of age or older, and have been born after December 31, 1979. Continue reading
The newly selected Elite 40 Under 40 Class of 2018 came together for the first time at a special reception prior to the 2018 State of the County address on February 7th, 2018 at the Flagstar Strand Theatre in Pontiac. The class was then recognized in Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson’s address.
“These are all outstanding young men and women who, frankly, give me confidence that the future of Oakland County is in good hands.”
During the Elite 40 reception, the class had the opportunity to get to know one another and mingle with L. Brooks Patterson and other Oakland County officials. The room buzzed with excitement as members networked and discussed their passions, achievements, and the future of Oakland County.
This year’s class of 40 was selected from nearly 400 applications. Nominations were reviewed by a panel of judges, looking for the top young professionals and thought leaders who live or work in Oakland County. The 40 honorees have achieved excellence in their field and contributed to the quality of life in their communities.