Maven is thrilled to announce that co-founder and principal Rebecca Devine has been named one of the Philadelphia Business Journal’s 2017 40 Under 40 recipients.
Selected from more than 400 nominations, the winners represent some of the region’s most influential and entrepreneurial young business leaders in the Greater Philadelphia area.
“Congratulations to entire 40 under 40 class and thank you to the Philadelphia Business Journal for this recognition,” said Rebecca Devine, Co-founder and Principal of Maven. “It is humbling and inspiring to be among this group of leaders who are making a difference in business and in our communities.”
Rebecca co-founded Maven Communications, along with Principal Jessica Sharp, in 2006, and has grown the firm from a two person start up to one of the region’s most well respected communications agencies in the region.
She is currently Chair of the Board of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region, one of most successful chapters of the largest and longest running mentoring nonprofits in the country. Prior to that, she served on the regional board of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region for three years. She is a board member of Roman Catholic High School, the first free Catholic High School for boys in the nation and one of Philadelphia’s most respected urban schools. And In 2016, Rebecca was appointed to the Urban Land Institutes’ National Women’s Leadership Steering Committee, a select group of female senior executives from across the country dedicated to promoting female leadership in the real estate sector.
The award winners were honored at a cocktail reception on May 12 at SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia. Recipients will also profiled in a May 13, 2017 awards supplement of the Philadelphia Business Journal.
For the complete list of winners, please click here.
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