Surrey’s Top 25 Under 25 award winners announced

Surrey Board of Trade hosts annual event on Thursday, May 26

Leah Goldstein is the keynote speaker at Surrey’s Top 25 Under 25 awards event on May 26.

SURREY — Want to meet and mingle with some of Surrey’s best and brightest young minds?

Here’s your chance.

The sixth annual Surrey’s Top 25 Under 25 event takes place on Thursday, May 26 at Eaglequest Golf Course, and the award winners were announced today.

The 25 winners were chosen for their “business or community achievements, leadership ability, community involvement, professional achievements and uniqueness of their business or community projects.”Surrey Board of Trade released the following list of 2016 winners:

• Saghi Ahmadi, MAC Marketing Solutions/KPU, age 23;

• Sukhman Bajwa, SOAR Philanthrophic Society, age 16;

• Dylan Belvedere, Maker Cube, age 23;

• Thomas Bogucki, Enactus SFU (Count on Me), age 21

• Taylor Byrom, TaylorHart Designs, age 25;

• Jaspreet Dayal, Knightridge Development Ltd., age 25

• Sukhijiven Gill, KPU, age 22

• Jerry Gunadasa, Surrey Crime Prevention Society, age 22

• Bagar Hassan, SFU/Epione, age 23;

• Hebah Arsheen Hussaina, Youth For CARE: A Surrey Hospital and Outpatient Care Centre Foundation Initiative, age 17;

• Leejoo Hwang, Local Development Club, age 17;

• Bal Khatra, Coast Capital Savings (Young Leaders Community Council), age 24;

• Yue (Renee) Lang, Enactus SFU (Bright Ideas), age 20;

• Julius Michael, Orello Hearing Technologies, age 21;

• Kevin Nan, Surrey Model United Nations, age 17;

• Ethan O’Brien, Living Garden Foods Corporation, age 23;

• Raveena Oberoi, Just Cakes, age 22;

• XiYuan (Cecelia) Pang, Art2Heart, age 17;

• Tina Peng, Surrey City Development Corporation, age 25;

• Atif Saad, ORTANGO, age 23;

• Amit Sandhu, EasyWeb Solutions/AutoAffair.ca, age 20;

• Pratap Sandhu, Prabu Foods Inc./The Pacific Club/Kids Play, age 21;

• Jeevanjot Sethi, Panorama Ridge Global Initiative, age 17;

• Parajjot Kaur Singh, Punjabi Language Education Association (PLEA), age 23;

• Cyrus Wong, Beedie School of Business (Surrey) at SFU, age 20.

Admission is free at the May 26 event, which starts at 5:30 p.m.

The keynote speaker is Leah Goldstein, a world-champ kick boxer, ultra-endurance cyclist and Israeli undercover police officer.

Click here for more event details, posted on the Surrey Board of Trade’s website.

 

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