Surrey Board of Trade announces this year’s ‘Top 25 Under 25’

SURREY — The Surrey Board of Trade recognized this year’s “Top 25 Under 25” at the fifth annual awards gala Thursday (May 28).

The award recognizes people under the age of 25 for work in a business or a community project in Surrey.

Winners are chosen based on their achievements, leadership ability, community involvement, and uniqueness of their projects.

Amanbir Atwal, 19

Youth Transforming Society (YTS)

               

Angus Lin, 17

Think Forward, Think Recycling

Calvin Tiu, 22

Frontier Poetics: KPU’s Rap Outreach Project

                   

Deepak Sharma, 20

Simon Fraser Student Society / #WESAYYES FOR TRANSIT!

Ekam Nagra, 21

Ball Don’t Stop Basketball

Felicia Rafael, 23

Beneath One Sky Community Support Society

                     

Gloria Yu, 16

Junior Team Canada Ambassador / SDC Blue Ribbon Foundation / Fraser Heights Model UN Conference

Jaskirat Sahni, 17

Girls Empowered

               

Jeremy Pearce, 23

Transit Watch

               

Jessica Kim, 20

Musician Impact Network Society

Kanwalnain K. Grewal, 20

Red FM

               

Keri van Gerven, 24

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Kiran Toor, 20

KidsPlay               

Lourence Singh, 20

SOAR Philanthropic Society

Paige Glazier, 19

Team Orange

Puneet Sooch, 22

Posh Makeup Studios / Various volunteer roles

Rajan Dhaliwal, 23

Matcon Canada / The Child Development Foundation of BC / Canasia Forest Industries

Rhythm Tang, 19

Enactus SFU – Hunger Actions

Rick Kumar, 22

Frontier Poetics: KPU’s Rap Outreach Project

Ridge Pinto, 22

SFU / Canadian Cancer Society / Sport Chek / Microsoft

Rizwan Qaiser, 24

SFU’s Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Association (IdEA)

Scott Hargrove, 20

Canada’s Next Indycar Superstar

Sean Warwick, 23

AFK Game Development Symposium

Shantelle Medel, 23

Beneath One Sky Community Support Society / The Walk and Learn Program

Tyler Reid, 18

Tyler’s Firewood Company

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The Surrey Board of Trade recognized this year’s “Top 25 Under 25” business leaders at the fifth annual awards gala…

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