Dan Ancheta, Bank of MarinKatharine Bacigalupi Row, Bacigalupi Vineyards and Winery & John Tyler WinesNicole Bacigalupi Dericco, Bacigalupi Vineyards and Winery & John Tyler WinesElizabeth Barron, Burr Pilger Mayer (BPM)Brian Breen, Jacobson & Breen Wealth StrategiesNoah Jacobson, Jacobson & Breen Wealth StrategiesSean Carroll, Sonoma County WinegrowersAnthony Comfort, Metier, Ltd.Samantha Cooprider, Learning as LeadershipStuart J. Crandall, Moss Adams Wealth Advisors, LLCAndre Crisp, Luna Vineyards, Inc.Cat Cvengros, Social Advocates for YouthKatie Davis, Pacific Gas & Electric CompanyMatt Delaney, JDH Wealth ManagementJon Diamond, Moore Heating and Air ConditioningCurtis Moore, Moore Heating and Air ConditioningMelanie Dodson, Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County (4C’s)Greg Fontana, Pisenti & Brinker CPAs and AdvisorsJuan Gamino, Rancho Mendoza SupermercadoMichael Gossman, Sonoma County Water AgencyGoretti Hamlin, Amy’s Kitchen, Inc.Sara Harper, Moss Adams, LLPWayne Ingraham, LINK CreativePriscilla Jaworski, Redwood Credit UnionForrest Jinks, Altus Equity Group, LPTristan Kouk, St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare & Annadel Medical GroupMarc Levine, California State AssemblymanJasper Lewis-Gehring, Summit Engineering, Inc.Matthew Lilligren, Abbey, Weitzenberg, Warren & EmeryEmily Linebaugh, St. Joseph Health–Sonoma CountyMarisa Manna-Ferrell, So EventfulRyan McKillop, Beels Soper LLPAllison McNeil, Anderson, Zeigler, Disharoon, Gallagher & Gray, PCAmy Miller, Transcendence Theatre CompanyErik Miller, Kokomo WineryXavier Nazario, University of San Francisco, Santa Rosa campusTiffany O’Neil, Leukemia & Lymphoma SocietySherrie Osborne, American AgCreditNathan Patrick, Sonic.netDaniel Powers, Don Ramatici Insurance, Inc.Carol Ritter, Dickenson Peatman & FogartyTodd Rubin, The Republic of TeaPeter Rumble, County of SonomaTodd Schapmire, RE/Max Full SpectrumAmy Schaus, Quattrocchi Kwok ArchitectsAmanda Scruggs, Social Butterfly EffectSarah Scudder, The Sourcing GroupCourtney Shephard, Kaiser PermanenteStephanie St. James-Werba, Amazing Fairytale PartiesBryan Taylor, VinoProDaniel Voit, BlentechJack Weaver, Welty Welty, PCNate Weis, Antica Napa Valley
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The recipients of the Business Journal's eighth annual Forty Under 40, selected from more than 180 nominations representing more than 130 individuals, were chosen on the basis of their leadership in companies and organizations as well as their participation within the community across the North Bay.
"This eighth class of recipients again demonstrates the depth and breadth of young talent in the North Bay," said Business Journal Publisher Brad Bollinger. Including this group, more than 300 young professionals have been honored over the course of the awards.
"We had a exceptional outpouring of qualified nominees this year, thus the decision to select 53 recipients," Mr. Bollinger said. "They represent the ongoing and accelerating generational shift in the workplace as young professionals move into positions of greater responsibility."
"Finally," Mr. Bollinger said, the Business Journal would like to thank the individuals and especially company leaders who took the time to submit these nominations. It’s your support that makes the process and awards so special. Thank you," Mr. Bollinger said.
The Business Journal took nominations for the 2014 competition in January and February. In addition the information in the nomination, we asked all nominees to answer a series of questions about themselves. The recipients were selected by the Journal editorial staff.
Winners of 2014 awards will be honored at a gala reception on April 30, 4--6:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa. Tickets are available for $65 per person or $675 for a table of 10. For information, call or 707-521-5264.---The Business Journal(Listed alphabetically by last name.)Dan Ancheta, 29Vice President/Market Manager, Bank of Marin, Petaluma
Being responsible for relationship management and consulting with existing Bank of Marin clients to ensure their needs are met, Dan Ancheta also prospects for new business and serves as a coach and mentor for branch managers at three locations.
"I’m a tireless community leader, relationship builder and someone who represents the bank in the Petaluma community through volunteer efforts, and by taking an active role in what happens here," he said.
Community/nonprofit activities: He is a member of the Rotary Club of Petaluma, president of the Petaluma Sunrise Foundation, second vice president of the Petaluma area Chamber of Commerce (where he chairs the Economic Development Committee) and founder of the Sonoma County Backroad Challenge, a cycling and fundraising event.