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Next Generation Leaders Selected for NJBIZ 40 Under 40 Awards  

One of New Jersey's leading business publications, NJBIZ, recognized four Setonians as among the best and the brightest of the state's next generation of business leaders. Selected for their achievements, commitment to business growth and development, and their professional excellence in a New Jersey business are NJBIZ 2020 40 Under 40 Awards recipients: Danielle Bagdzinski, M.A. '07; Craig McGraw '05; Abigail Remore, J.D. '09; and Stephanie Yosco-Dwyer, M.A. '14. The alumni will be honored during a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, October 28, from 6 to 7 p.m.

According to NJBIZ: This year's class of honorees, representing a diverse range of industries – from health care to the commercial real estate and nonprofit worlds, and even to sports – were chosen by an independent panel of judges following an open nomination process.

Seton Hall celebrates these members of our University community for achieving career success and recognition for their ongoing commitment to community service and servant leadership:

  • Danielle Bagdzinski headshot imageDanielle Bagdzinski graduated with distinction in 2007, earning her Master of Arts in Strategic Communication. A marketing manager for leading accounting and profitability consulting firm, Cg Tax, Audit & Advisory, Bagdzinski brings more than 14 years of experience in marketing, advertising and public relations. She manages all communications strategy; digital/print marketing; graphic design; social media and e-mail marketing campaigns; advertising; events; editorial content; website maintenance; media relations; and branding for the firm.
  • Craig McGrawCraig McGraw graduated in 2005 with a B.A. in Criminal Justice, and this active Pirate continues to give back to the University and College of Arts and Sciences and serves on the President's Advisory Group. He is vice president of sales and marketing at the family business, Trans American Trucking & Warehouse, which has been moving heavy cargo, freight and machinery across the U.S and Canada for thousands of clients since 1976. Navigating the pandemic, he manages the sales team, maintains the company's website and social media, and business throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia.
  • Abigail RemoreAbigail Remore graduated cum laude with a J.D. from the Law School in 2009, with a concentration in Intellectual Property Law, where she was senior contributor and on the symposium committee for the Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law, served as the president of the Entertainment and Sports Law Society and participated in the International Intellectual Property Law summer study abroad program. This intellectual property attorney, specializes in Trademark and Copyright Law, as a member of the Intellectual Property Group at Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC. Her practice is dedicated to helping business owners and creatives protect their most valuable assets – their distinctive brands and their creative works.
  • Stephanie Yosco-Dwyer received her Master of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy in 2014, specializing in International Law and Human Rights. Assistant Vice President of External Engagement at Students 2 Science, Inc., a NJ-based non-profit advocating for students who are interested in STEM and working to close the educational gaps for underserved communities both nationally and internationally. She works with top BioTech & Pharma Corporate clients to grow partnerships and engagement in these efforts, including Sanofi, which nominated her for this recognition.

For more information and to register to attend the virtual celebration, visit here.

Categories: Alumni , Business

For more information, please contact:

  • Laurie Pine
  • (973) 902-8060
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