Each year, the Tampa Bay Business Journal recognizes young professionals in the Bay area who are making notable contributions to their organizations and are poised for success. This year, we’re proud to announce that Billy Young, NFSTC’s NamUs Sr. Coordinator, was selected among professionals under 30 years old for this recognition.
In addition to playing a key role in the launch and success of the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs), Billy has been active in our Tampa Bay-area community as well. He and his wife, Ashley, have raised approximately $15,000 for the Pinellas County chapter of the March of Dimes. An event honoring the Up & Comers will be held Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. at TPepin Hospitality Centre.
Way to go, Billy!
Congratulations also to Liz Yourkievitz, NFSTC’s Human Resource Services Manager, and Danny Nichols, NFSTC’s Technology Services Manager, who were also nominated. All three are stand-out professionals who have contributed greatly to the success of our organization and are very worthy of recognition.