If you’ve seen the latest issue of bizTimes.biz or the ads in the TH, you know that this year’s class of Rising Stars has been unveiled. And what a great group it is. Working in fields ranging from the financial sector to manufacturing, marketing to insurance, these 12 are giving back to the tri-state community in myriad ways.
You can read all about the winners in the September edition of BizTimes or at TelegraphHerald.com/biztimes.
We’ll celebrate the stars at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, at the Diamond Jo Casino Harbor Room, with featured speaker Anderson Sainci, a former Rising Star, city employee and Dubuque Community School Board member. You can catch the livestream at TelegraphHerald.com. Congratulations to the 2020 Rising Stars:
- Dee Crist, president of private banking and mortgage at Dubuque Bank and Trust
- Heather Freiburger, vice president of client services at Kunkel & Associates Inc.
- Michael Fullan, vice president of business development at Hodge
- Ben Gander, senior vice president — treasury management sales leader at Dubuque Bank and Trust
- Kevin Koch, founder and president of New Revolution Tools
- Liz Kruse, director of the Institute for Professional Excellence at Clarke University
- Patrick McCullough, business manager at McCullough Creative
- Derrick Parsons, account executive at English Insurance Agency
- Britney Ross, senior marketing manager at McGraw-Hill
- Whitney Sanger, sales manager at Travel Dubuque and co-founder of Project Rooted
- Dan Wellik, vice president at The Friedman Group
- Kelly Wenzelman, vice president of property and casualty brokerage services, Cottingham and Butler.
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