Generation Next: Savannah’s Rising Stars of Business Honored


DaVena and Tony Jordan
DaVena and Tony Jordan

On last Wednesday at Vic’s on the River, The Coastal Bank, Business in Savannah (BiS), Savannah magazine and Mercer University’s Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics honored 21 winners of Generation Next — Savannah’s Rising Stars of Business. This year the count was 21 because one husband and wife team earned mutual recognition. Congratulations to Tony and DaVena Jordan of founders and directors of All Walks of Life; and rest of the honorees:

This initiative recognizes 20 individuals below the age of 40 who are making a mark in their professions and contributing to the community around them: Matthew J. Allen, DDS, owner/dentist at Godley Station Dental; Harley Ashbaugh, owner, AWD Savannah; Todd M. Baiad, attorney/partner with Bouhan, Williams & Levy; Ryan Chandler, vice president, business development, Colonial Oil; Robert Houstoun Demere III, vice

 
 
president, Enmark Stations; Patton Dugas, vice president and commercial relationship manager, The Coastal Bank; Ayana Eady- Patterson, director of HIV services at Union Mission, director of Phoenix Project; Bradley M. Harmon, attorney and partner at HunterMaclean; Lindsay Fruchtl, marketing director, Tybee Island Tourism Council; Karen Black Jenkins, executive director, Savannah Tree Foundation; Josh Keller, vice president, Cellular Sales; Amanda Love, attorney, The Bowman Law Office; Kal Patel, president and CEO, Image Hotels; Patrick Page, vice president, Page International Inc. and Kearney Page Warehouse Services; Matthew Stroud, vice president, private banker, Wells Fargo The Private Bank; Bree Thomas, owner, Fab’rik Savannah; Leigh Thomson, principal, LETR & Co./ Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of Graphic Design at Georgia Southern University; Heather Vinas, president and COO, VOS CPAs, PLLC and Matt West, director of preconstruction, JT Turner Construction.




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