Forty Under 40



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Congratulations to the four Chugiak-Eagle River residents chosen for the Alaska Journal of Commerce’s 2014 Top Forty Under 40. The award, in its 15th year, honors individual talent efforts in the business and community sphere.

 

KYLE M. ARAMBURO

Aramburo, who grew up in Eagle River and now lives in Anchorage, is founder and director of Hybrid Color Films and won an Emmy for his documentary “Ketchikan: Our Native Legacy.”

 

JOSHUA ARVIDSON

Director of Alaska Child Trauma Center and Anchorage Community Mental Health Services and served 10 years on the board of directors and five years as board president of FOCUS, which serves special needs in the Chugiak-Eagle River and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson areas.

 

SARA J. GOULD

Manager of Project Resources at CH2M Hill and currently partnering with Hero2Hired and helping 25 US military service members for job training and employment in North Slope construction projects.

 

DALE TRAN

Chief operating officer of Kaladi Brothers Coffee and helped raise over $75,000 for The Children’s Lunchbox, Kids’ Kitchens, Ma’o Tosi’s AK Pride and other school business partnership programs.

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