Forty Under 40 2019 Nominations Now Open!

Eligible nominees must live in Prince George's County and they must be under the age of 40 as of December 31, 2018. If you know of a Prince George’s County resident who is making an impact in the county, you can now nominate them for this award.

Nominations Form is located at https://40under40pgc.wufoo.com/forms/forty-under-40-2019-nomination-form/

Application Deadline: Monday, January 1, 2019 at 11:59 EST

Kindly complete the nomination form in its entirety for full consideration. This is a competitive award and incomplete nominations will not be considered.

Eligibility Criteria:

Resident of Prince George’s County, Maryland
Under 40 years of age (as of 12/31/2018)
Have demonstrated evidence of the most outstanding civic leadership with good character
Must demonstrate success in one of the following award categories
Must demonstrate achievement, commitment and persistence with respect to their profession and/or community service

Forty UNDER 40 is a flagship initiative of the Prince George’s County Social Innovation Fund (PGCSIF). It recognizes top talent in the County according to six achievement areas and then seeks to engage them more actively in civic and socially oriented ventures through advisory, board service, and advocacy opportunities. Forty UNDER 40 is an asset to Prince George’s County in its unique ability to network a vibrant community of young leaders across a variety of sectors. PGCSIF seeks to motivate individuals towards collective action. This initiative creates a center for gravity for increased relevance, connectivity, and innovation for Prince George’s County.

Each year the Forty Under 40 class is chosen from hundreds of nominations that are submitted and represents the best of the County’s young professional community.

Honorees will be selected in the following categories: Arts and Humanities, Business, Education, Health, Public Service, and Science and Engineering. Nominees must demonstrate achievement, commitment, and persistence in their respective professions and/or community involvement.

Mark Lawrence