Finalists have been announced by the Young Professional Association of Chattanooga for its YP awards.
The awards recognize young professionals and YP friendly businesses and organizations, a news release said.
The winners will be announced Feb. 22 at luncheon meeting at which Ted Alling, co-founder and CEO of Access America Transport, will be the keynote speaker. It will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel downtown.
YP Civic Impact Award — Crystal Cadieux, Becca's Closet/Home Solutions; Heather Ewalt, Causeway/Delegator; David Martin, La Paz Chattanooga; and Teal Thibaud, Glass House Collective.
YP Entrepreneur of the Year — David Littlejohn, Pale Dot Voyage; Vincent Phipps, Communication VIP; Mike Robinson, Brewhaus, Fork & Pie Bar; and Laurie Stevens, Chattanooga School of Language
YP Friendly Business of the Year — Assemblers Inc., Full Media, The Hutton Co. and S&ME.
Young Professional of the Year — Sharon Braden, Thompson Engineering; Emerson Burch, Artisant/The 35.85 Guild; James Chapman, SE Development District; Toccora Johnson, Girls Inc.; and Christy Smith, The Vincit Group.
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