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Security Systems News welcomes “40 under 40” Class of 2022

Security Systems News welcomes “40 under 40” Class of 2022 Winners to be featured in special 2023 summer supplement

Security Systems News “40 under 40” Class of 2022

YARMOUTH, Maine—Security Systems News is excited to bring you this year’s “40 under 40” Class of 2022, made up of a diverse and talented group of young professionals representing the next generation of leaders in security.

This year’s “40 under 40” class features a stellar mix of security systems integrators, security consultants, security dealers and monitoring professionals, as well as end users and other industry professionals. The Class of 2022 also includes 15 women, up again from 2021, which not only reflects the increase in the number and quality of nominations we received for women this year but also continues to reflect the changing culture and dynamic within the security industry.

“This high-caliber group of young professionals who make up the Class of 2022 was very tough to narrow down, especially with the extremely high number of quality nominations we received,” said SSN Editor Cory Harris. “The ‘40 under 40’ awards are always a source of pride for me, knowing that the industry is in good hands with these future leaders at the forefront, many of whom have already made an indelible mark in the security space.”

Harris continued, “We look forward to hearing their stories when we spotlight the Class of 2022 in our special supplement coming out this summer.”

Another trend that continued with this year’s class was an increase in security professionals with cybersecurity and IT expertise, as well as the technical background and education to go with their business savvy and excellent leadership qualities. Many in this year’s class have helped guide their companies through challenging times the last couple of years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, they have been able to leverage new technologies and best practices while striving to grow professionally.

SSN is also excited to team with the Security Industry Association (SIA) Women in Security Forum (WISF) again in 2023 for our monthly Women in Security series. This follows more than 10 years of highlighting women in our Women in Security December issue, which has now expanded with the SIA WISF partnership, as we both celebrate their accomplishments in every issue for 2023!

Without further ado, here is the SSN “40 under 40” Class of 2022, who will be profiled in a special supplement during the summer of 2023:

Candice Aragon, vice president, marketing, education & events, The PSA Network

Scott Ashworth, head of safety and security, Overtime

Nicole Black, vice president of finance, Lydia Security Monitoring, Inc. d/b/a COPS Monitoring

Steve Carulo, chief executive officer, Alarm Brokers of Florida, LLC

Tommy Chiu, principal, Stantec Consulting Ltd.

Ashley Davis, senior consultant, ESI Convergent

Nicole Dotterman, dealer support supervisor, United Central Control

Marshall Friday, director of multifamily sales, ADT

Michael Glasser, consultant, Glasser Security Group

Sarah Goldstein, vice president of partner services, Alarm Connections

Danny Goodpaster, vice president of sales, Bates Security/Sonitrol of Lexington

Katie Greatti, associate director of certification, Security Industry Association

Joshua Hill, chief financial officer, Sentry Alarm

Matthew Hudnall, operations manager, Alert Alarm Hawaii

Tim Jager, assistant controller, SMG Security Holdings LLC

Ryan Juckett, business development manager, healthcare vertical, Convergint Technologies

Ryan Leithead, senior sales manager/security business manager, Siemens

Dr. Cory Lowe, senior research scientist, Loss Prevention Research Council

Lindsay Mahl, owner, ABC Fire & Burglar Alarm, LLC

Elisha McArter, sales manager and shareholder, AE Security

Taylor McKinney, chief operating officer, Alcom Security

Jaina Mehta, principal security consultant in global security intelligence, Capital One

Veronica Moturi, vice president of operations & head of retention, Brinks Home

Michael Newsome, consultant, Butchko•ESI

Rob Oldham, vice president, Stone Security

Esteban Pastor, physical access control product manager, ZKTeco USA

Ben Purcell, operations manager, Silent Guard

Ethan Reeley, senior security project manager, Microsoft

Taylor Reilly, West Coast account manager, Rapid Response Monitoring

Hector Rodriguez, district manager, Northern Florida, Brosnan Risk Consultants

Laura Rose, global marketing director, STANLEY Security (part of Securitas)

Simon Schwab, director of business development, Care Security

Aliana Steinbugl, director, university police & public safety/physical security, Penn State University

Johnny Storms, vice president, strategic solutions and projects, Global Guardian Asset Security

Matt Sullivan, regional sales representative,

Omar Taveras, chief executive officer, Brodserv, LLC

Andrew Vanderburg, president, Global Guardian Asset Security

Kyle Walsh, senior manager, global security, Cruise

Stephanie Whalen, director of marketing and communications, Paladin Technologies

Adam Wilder, managing partner, Beacon Protection Group


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