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Jerry L. Toney

Jerry Toney is a senior vice president and senior financial consultant for Cadence Financial Corporation in Starkville. The Grenada native also serves as a lecturer with Mississippi State University’s Department of Finance and Economics. As an officer with Cadence, Toney is responsible for not only managing  client assets,  but coordinating community and economic development activities within the Golden Triangle region ...

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Katy Tillman

Before Katy Tillman turned 10 years old, she was already a business owner. It seems the Edwards native figured out a way to order shoes and sell them to friends, family and neighbors. Today, Tillman utilizes her considerable marketing skills as the marketing manager and loan administrator for Ridgeland-based Southern Ag Credit. In her role, Tillman coordinates company-wide customer appreciation ...

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Dana C. Terry

Jackson native Dana Terry is the director of communications and public relations for the Mississippi College School of Law. A graduate of Dillard University in New Orleans, Terry received a master’s degree in communication from Mississippi College. Terry previously served as an outreach specialist at the Education Services Foundation in Jackson. She lists her most significant personal accomplishment as being ...

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Micajah P. Sturdivant IV

Serving the interests of others is a pledge that Micajah Sturdivant IV lives by every day as president of MMI Hotel Group. Despite the cyclical nature of the hospitality industry, the Greenwood native makes sure he stays firmly committed to his more than 500 team members and the guests that frequent MMI’s hotels. Since joining his family’s 57-year-old company in ...

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John Stolarski

When John Stolarski was just 12 years old, he decided a job in architecture was his future. Today, Stolarski is a principal with Allred Architectural Group in Ocean Springs. He was previously the senior project manager with Biloxi-based Eley Guild Harry Architects, where he had oversight over several multi-million dollar projects simultaneously. Additionally, Stolarski helped the firm complete numerous public ...

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Ryan P. Steiner

With projects ranging from subsurface explorations to various testing services, Ryan Steiner is the Geotechnical Department manager for Terracon’s Ridgeland office. He oversees all geotechnical projects throughout Mississippi and manages projects to ensure clients receive high-quality service. Additionally, Steiner has provided construction quality assurance technical and project management services for multiple solid waste projects in the Southeast. A University of ...

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Gerold Smith

In Mississippi broadcasting circles, Gerold Smith is known as the state’s youngest radio station owner. Ever since the Jackson native can remember, he’s had an affinity for music, and radio became the vehicle to fuel his passion. Now CEO of Titan Broadcasting Company, Smith, 36, began his radio career at WJSU-FM, Jackson State University’s campus station. It was there that ...

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Ryan Revere

With a strong business background, a master’s in business administration and work experience with Regions Bank, Ryan Revere now uses his career journey in the courtroom. An attorney with Batesville law firm Smith, Phillips, Mitchell, Scott & Nowak, Revere handles all aspects of litigation and transactional law for multiple businesses. Additionally, the Jackson native assists individuals on estate planning matters. ...

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Tianna H. Raby

When she’s not handling complex legal cases for Jackson law firm Forman Perry, Tianna Hill Raby takes solace in her culinary skills. Having perfected Thai cuisine, the Meridian-born Raby is currently working on Cajun and Creole dishes. As a partner at Forman Perry, Raby represents clients in all phases of litigation, from filing answers to complaints to handling appeals. She ...

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Jamie D. Osbirn

Jamie Osbirn had an idea in 2010 to launch a new start-up bank in Tupelo. He approached the First American National Bank leadership team and was given the green light to execute his plan. One year later, the Tupelo location opened its doors and Osbirn is now vice president of the city’s newest bank. The Amory native has been honored ...

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