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Phenomenal Women Under 40

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2020 Phenom Awards

Thank you to everyone supporting and joining us for our Phenomenal Women Under 40 event on Wednesday, September 23. 

The Phenom Award, honoring  Phenomenal Women Under 40, recognizes emerging leaders from Monmouth and Ocean counties not only for their accomplishments to date, but also for the potential of what they might achieve in their future. 

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2020 Phenom Award Honorees


Victoria Berner, Toms River, nurse manager at Ocean Medical Center in Brick Township, and volunteer with Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey.


Lindsey Carver, Farmingdale, production marketing manager for Bristol Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical in Princeton, and troop leader of Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore Brownie Troop 1066.


Amy Cerulo, Middletown, principal of Schroth School, part of the LADACIN Network in Wanamassa, and member of a local running group for women.


Keely Davenport, Toms River, associate director of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and co-founder of Exit 82 Theater Company, both in Toms River, and a former Girl Scout.


Carley Dietrick, Oceanport, business development representative at Seacrest Recovery Center in Eatontown, volunteer mentor and coordinator of Tigger House Foundation’s Student Alliance program in Red Bank, and a former Girl Scout.


Georgette Kyriacou, Toms River, director of engineering consulting at FWH Consulting in Toms River, a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserve, president of the Professional Women in Building of the Garden State, and founding member of the Women’s Leadership Committee of the Community Associations Institute of New Jersey.


Lindsey Most, Ocean County, detective with the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office in Toms River,  volunteer fundraiser for many causes including multiple sclerosis, the American Heart Association, All About Autism, and the Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania, and a former Girl Scout.


Susan Pagano, Howell, program manager of business career and technology training at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, and founder of The Food Recovery Network at Monmouth University.


Chelsea Pascoe, Lacey Township, owns and operates By The Sea Media, LLC, a marketing and communications firm that helps businesses grow their brand and connect with their target audiences. She is a former Girl Scout and is involved in a myriad of local nonprofits and business groups.


Lauren Staub, Asbury Park, owner of The Party Fairy LLC, volunteer for organizations across New Jersey to help combat opioid addiction and a former Girl Scout.