The prestigious honor spotlights top business and community leaders under the age of 40 who are making a difference in the Oakland County region. This year’s class was recognized at a private reception hosted by County Executive L. Brooks Patterson prior to his death.
“I am humbled to be included in this select group of leaders,” said Daniela. “It is both inspiring and a privilege to be in the company of 39 other leaders who care so passionately about our communities and professions.”
A peer-review selection committee evaluated each nominee based on professional achievement, community leadership, and service, as well as other “elite” characteristics that made them standout candidates for the recognition.
Earlier this summer, Daniela received Main Street Oakland County’s Community Influencer Award for her efforts to preserve and energize their business and civic communities. She is co-founder and President of Main Street Pontiac, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization advocating for and fostering a vibrant, safe, and historic downtown Pontiac.