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Class of 2013 '20 under 40'

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06/11/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine—This is the seventh year we've asked readers to nominate talented young security professionals age 40 and younger who've displayed leadership qualities. There are many interesting, funny and inspiring stories among the 20 winners—congratulations to them! We think you'll agree that they're all deserving of this honor, which will be celebrated at the industry's premier new technology conference, TechSec Solutions, Jan. 28-29, 2014 in Delray Beach, Fla. (www.techsecsol.com).

'20 under 40' 2013 - Elizabeth Blair

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Elizabeth Blair, 34
Director of legal and dealer relations, Alarm Capital Alliance
Media, Pa.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Erik Evans

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06/11/2013

Erik Evans, 37
Southwest region operations manager,
Cox Home Security, Cox Communications
Atlanta

'20 under 40' 2013 - Jesse Rivest

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06/11/2013

Jesse Rivest, 34
Regional sales manager, Affiliated Monitoring
Union, N.J.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Joe Parisi

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06/11/2013

Joe Parisi, 39
Senior account executive, Rapid Response Monitoring Services
Syracuse, N.Y.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Joey Rao-Russell

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Joey Rao-Russell, 39
President and CEO
Kimberlite Corp., an independent Sonitrol franchise
Fresno, Calif.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Ryan Harvey

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Ryan Harvey, 32
President, Security Options
Oklahoma City

'20 under 40' 2013 - Johnny Cunningham

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Johnny Cunningham, 36
Director of information technology, ADS Security
Nashville, Tenn.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Kat Tallman

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Kat Tallman, 30
Operations manager of special services, COPS Monitoring
Williamstown, N.J.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Michael Campbell

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Michael Campbell, 38
Senior director of business development and sales operations, Stanley Convergent Security Solutions
Naperville, Ill.

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Studies show a correlation between having women in the boardroom and profitability. And yet, there remains a dearth of women in the security industry. Some organizations, including SIA and the Women's Security Council, are actively working to expand the number of professional women in the security industry. What is your company doing? Why do you think there are so few women in the industry?

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