Every two years the Grand Island Area Chamber of Commerce recognizes individuals between the ages of 21 and 35 who display exemplary leadership through service to the community and professional excellence.
We are proud to announce Amur team member, Kyle Boysen, has earned a place as a 2022 Top 35 Under 35 award recipient.
Congratulations, Kyle, for this well-deserved achievement! We couldn’t be prouder to watch and support you as you continue to do great things!
2022 Top 35 Under 35 Selections
Alec Anania, Five Points Bank
Keri Anania, Nebraska Functional Medicine
Megan Arrington-Williams, Stuhr Museum Foundation
Caitlin Bartz, Kramer's
Kinsey Bosselman, Bosselman Administrative Services
Kyle Boysen, Amur
Michael Cabrera, Surgery Group of Grand Island
Bryce Collamore, Grand Island Police Department
Dr. Jory Crouch, Trail View Dental
AJ Fruchtl, Pinnacle Bank
Tarryn Fulton, Chief Buildings
Justin Geis, Indoor Climate
Nicole Hicken, Studio N Dance Center
Meg Jorgensen, Beavercreek Marketing
Brady Kayl, Chief Industries – BonnaVilla
Katherine King, Wells Fargo Advisors
Bailee Knott, GIX Logistics, Inc.
Amanda Kreutzer, CMBA Architects
Sam Kuhter, Lutz
Alicia Lechner, Grand Island Public Schools Foundation
Jessica Lothrop, Choice Family Health Care
Hannah Luber, Grand Island Public Schools
Nicole Lucas, Chief Industries
Dr. Cassondra Lux-O’Callaghan, Grand Island Eye Institute
Kelli Mayhew, Grand Island Public Schools
Sasha Miller, Contryman Associates, P.C.
Angelica Morrow, Five Points Bank
Michaela Perry, Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism and Addictions
Dr. Nicholas Rech, Rech Physio
Ankea Schirm, Credit Management Services, Inc.
Garrett Sonderup, Home Federal Bank
Ryan Sullivan, Grand Island Police Department
Nicole Thompson, Live Well Physical Therapy
Rainielle Tonniges, Hornady Manufacturing
Adam Zlomke, Grand Island Public Schools
Every two years, your Chamber selects the top 35 individuals from ages 21 to 35 from local businesses and organizations. The individuals selected to join this elite group have demonstrated exemplary leadership, dedication to the growth of the community through both professional and personal accomplishments, and a commitment to the success of Grand Island.
Individuals can apply via self-nomination or nominate someone who has demonstrated commitment to the growth of Grand Island through their professional accomplishments or volunteerism. To be eligible, applicants and nominees must be between the ages of 21 and 35 and work in or contribute to Grand Island.