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It's been a monumental year. Just ask anyone.

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It's taken a lot to get our community through these months together, and in those relatively dark times, there were people who helped to light the way. The class of for Erie's 40 Under 40 are some of these people. Perhaps it's because of the difficulties we faced, then, that we were even more eager to recognize those hardworking people that helped. And recognize them our readers did.

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We received a record of nominations this year. It's obvious that there's an ever-growing pool of talented individuals right here close to home. Erie is a resilient place. We're adaptive and resourceful.

So is this class, one filled with artists, dancers, health care workers, teachers, and business owners. They're the people going the extra mile, the ones who are following through with plans and making a positive change in Erie.

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And hey, do you know someone you'd like to see on this list? Well, our nominations are now open. So take a look at some of the people finding creative solutions to get things done. They have packed s and bright futures ahead of them, illuminating the path for all of us.

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Photographs by Jessica Hunter. Sometimes along life's journey, our passions guide our professional path. For Peter Agresti, that path started at the University of Pittsburgh, where he studied history and political science, graduating in summa cum laude as a University Scholar and Presidential Scholar and also winning the Social Science award. That led this Erie native to continue on at Pitt's School of Law, where he graduated with his Juris Doctorate in But rather than plotting to spend decades in the courtroom, his law degree landed him back in the classroom — this time in front of it.

He began teaching at Gannon University in — the same year he earned the nickname "Professor Pete," working as a private tutor for students seeking LSAT preparation. Today, he serves as that program's director, where, in addition to teaching, he oversees and advises students within the program, providing pathways for students to explore their own futures in law.

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Outside of the classroom, you can likely catch this Mercyhurst Prep alum at the Plymouth Tavern rooting for his favorite sports teams Pittsburgh Penguins, Pittsburgh Steelers, Bayern Munichor exploring Erie's many great breweries, festivals, and events. Of Erie, this lawyer-turned-professor says: "I want to make a new generation of people see Erie like I see Erie: A great place to live, work, and build a better community.

Then a field and operations director, Alcorn is now the executive director of the Erie County Democratic Party. In this role, she is in charge of the daily operations of the party office, outreach, managing social media and distribution, organizing events, and overseeing a vast network of volunteers while recruiting new ones. At the University of Pittsburgh, where she studied biology and psychology, she was extremely active on campus, so it's no surprise that since graduating, she's equally involved herself in her communities and dedicated her time to bringing people of diverse opinions and experiences together.

She works part-time at UPMC Hamot and ultimately has her eyes on going to medical school, but she has also volunteered for numerous political campaigns, was a founding member of the organizing committee that won union representation for the employees of Planned Parenthood of Western PA, and currently serves as president of the Erie County Young Demo crats. If ever there was a year to appreciate the dedication of the medical profession, this was it.

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A McDowell alum who holds a B. Her role as director is fast-paced, involving planning, coordinating, budgeting, communicating and improving operations every single day, while overseeing nine locations and employees, all in the service of older and aging Erieites.

But she still takes time to enjoy life with her husband, two daughters, and dog, boating in the summers and skiing in the winters. Said Babiak, "I want to continue contributing to the expansion of age-friendly services and opportunities for our dating in the Erie community.

At the same time, I would like to inspire the next generation of health care workers in the field of geriatrics in the Erie community. Babiak is the living embodiment of the adage that ally only as strong as the most vulnerable among us. The past two years have put public health officials in the spotlight and brought them into our collective conscience in ways that we wouldn't ly have thought possible. The Appomattox, Va. That means she connects the health department with internal and external local partners to plan and implement COVID testing and vaccination Erie, conducts education and outreach in the community, and provides valuable guidance for local partners as the response evolves and continues to change throughout Erie County.

As a new triathlete, she knows how to goal-set. Whether it was trotting the globe, earning her Master of Public Health degree from the University of Florida, or helping to curb the coronavirus in Erie County, Chelsea Bates knows that a good plan le to a good place. She's committed to her professional practice and to Erie County, "to be resilient when faced with public health adversities by promoting best practices and consistently anticipating and responding to the community's ever changing needs.

Sometimes, honoring someone as part of Erie's 40 Under 40 just seems like a slam dunk. It may read like a goal, a hole in one, or a home run as well and especially if they happen to be one of the guiding forces behind the Erie Sports Commission ESC. Emily Biddle racked up points easily, nearly setting a record for how many times she was nominated.

Responsible for nearly all aspects of the ESC's public presence, Biddle has helped to make the organization an award-winning one on the national level, and she's been there from the beginning. Because of the pandemic, what was originally slated for four teams and three games more than Erie to eight teams and seven games, all carried on ESPN networks. Growing up in Seneca, Pa. She began as dating volunteer with the ESC winning their Volunteer of the Year award in prior to ing the organization full-time. As a d professional counselor, she also knows that adaptation and change can weigh heavily on the collective well-being of the community.

That's why she's committed her private practice to "helping people grow and ally changes" in and personal lives. But she's taken a step back from those organizations to grow her private practice and focus on her work at the R. Benjamin Wiley Community Charter School.

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According to one nominator, "Chelsea serves as an example to youth and adults alike, of the direct relationship between hard work, self-discipline, integrity and the desire to empower others to improve their own lives and success … It is a ripple effect that helps students become responsible citizens; women become confident, loving mothers; men become patient, understanding partners; and teenagers learn healthy ways to cope with stress. As the nominator suggests, Curlett's work at the R.

Benjamin Wiley Community Charter School means that she works with students as well as their parents to ensure that families have the supports and structures necessary to ensure the student's success. That's the central piece to how she sees the Erie puzzle. While born in Scranton, Nathan Ehrman moved to Erie when he was eight and considers it home.

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His Erie roots are deep. His family owns Ehrman's Allburn Florist, which has been in operation in the city for over a century and to which he attributes his work ethic. After graduating from Cathedral Prep and Allegheny College, Ehrman left Pennsylvania for Cleveland where he attended law school at Case Western Reserve University and graduated in the top 10 percent in his class. He then worked at a law firm in Cleveland before recently finding his way back to Erie, now working in the Corporate Legal Department at Erie Insurance.

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He enjoys taking his children on trips to the Erie Zoo and Presque Isle. He also serves as a member of Cathedral Prep's Advancement Committee. Mostly, he wants to be an advocate for Erie and remind young professionals of the opportunities here. The former University of Albany track star and San Juan native was mere seconds away from representing his homeland in the Summer Olympics, finishing just short of the qualifying standard in the Men's meter steeplechase, a grueling event featuring 28 barriers and seven water jumps.

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It's an appropriate specialty for a man who takes pride in helping others make tough transitions — particularly New Americans as they attempt to get their feet wet in Erie. Learning English, finding a job, locating stable housing, and adjusting to a new culture can prove daunting hurdles for immigrant populations, but Estremera jumps at the chance to lend his support.

He and his wife Sherez recently bought their first home in Erie, and they hope it will not be their last — they plan to buy, renovate, and rent affordable properties to others down the stretch. When Estremera is not teaching Spanish classes at Penn State Behrend or ESL classes at Mercyhurst University, he's volunteering his time coaching, studying for his PhD in Hispanic linguistics his research is focused on the urban dialect of 2nd-generation Dominicans in Puerto Ricoand of course running.

How does Erie keep up with changing needs and demographics?

Innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders helping move us into the future

What do you do if what you're looking for doesn't yet exist where you want to be? You can change your mind about the place you want to be, or you can change the place you are. Matt Flowers opted for the latter in when he created Ethos Copywriting.

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Further, I want to foster a positive, inclusive, and dynamic company culture that makes people proud to work right here in Erie. Matt and his team at Ethos work in the world of wordsmithing, flowing from fashion to finance to economic development and manufacturing, and plenty more in between with the plus clients the start-up works with, producing what he estimates to be for him and his team a blistering 30, to 40, words a month.

As he puts it, Ethos serves as "a platform for Erie's best copywriters, content creators, and creatives to exercise their talents. At the same time, I'm helping businesses in Erie and beyond tell their stories and ensure it helps them grow. When he's not churning out or editing copy and developing social media and SEO strategies, you can find him in the studio or on stage with his award-winning indie rock band Falling Hollywood or investing in local real estate in Erie's downtown. E very summer, the catchy tune that hits the radio tells us, "It wouldn't be summer, it wouldn't be fun without Waldameer!

Gorman has always been passionate about Erie, wanting to showcase the amazing opportunities and promise the area has. Overseeing the daily operations and maintenance that keeps Waldameer running, Gorman's proudest achievement is being able to provide a safe and family-friendly park where everyone can find something to enjoy.

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He's also a proud supporter of keeping things local, using his position to support local businesses through work done in the park each year. Gorman exudes passion for Erie, holding multiple positions that promote the tourism industry in the area.

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He is also secretary of the Rotary Club of Erie Scholarship Foundation, proving further his dedication to the Erie area. When not at the park, Gorman enjoys Erie's great outdoors, collecting beach glass, and spending time with his wife, Allison, and their two children, 4-year-old Charlie and 2-year-old Rosie. The tandoor ovens used in tandoori cooking are models of efficiency, trapping heat within their insulated ceramic walls and limiting the need for fuel.

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