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Editor in Chief Dave Lefort (left) announces Top Minds winner Mary Shirley (pink), senior director, ethics and compliance at Fresenius Medical Care.
Top Minds winner Jim Massey (right) reacts to hearing his name called as an award recipient.
Top Minds winner Fabiana Lacerca-Allen, SVP of compliance at Aimmune, poses with Editor in Chief Dave Lefort upon receiving her award.
Chuck Senatore, head of risk oversight at Devonshire Investors, walks off after receiving his Top Minds award.
Leo Mackay Jr. (right), senior vice president, ethics and enterprise assurance at Lockheed Martin, is congratulated by fellow Top Minds recipients Stephen C. King and Colleen Dorsey upon receiving his award.
Seton Hall School of Law student Hannah Levine (right), the inaugural recipient of our Top Mind of Tomorrow award, is congratulated by Editor in Chief Dave Lefort and Top Mind winner Lynn Haaland.
The Top Minds Class of 2019, from left to right: John Walsh, Leo Mackay Jr., Colleen Dorsey, Stephanie Davis, Chuck Senatore, Jim Massey, Mary Shirley, Fabiana Lacerca-Allen, Lynn Haaland, Hannah Levine, Steven Pearlman, Stephen C. King, and Matthew Pachman.
The women of the Top Minds Class of 2019 are joined by 2018 winner Kim Yapchai (far right).
The Top Minds Class of 2019 is joined by fellow winners from the previous three years.