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Greater Moncton's Top 20 Under 40 recognizes three UNB alumni

Author: UNB Alumni

Posted on Sep 22, 2020

Category: UNB Fredericton , Young Alumni , UNB Saint John , Inspiring Stories


Three UNB alumni were celebrated virtually on Sept. 17 as winners of the 2020 Greater Moncton Top 20 Under 40. Organized by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton and the Hub City Young Professionals Network, the program highlights 20 individuals making a difference in the community. The winners were selected by an advisory board of judges from a list of 120 nominations.

Meet the UNB alumni recognized as Top 20 Under 40 winners.

Chad Blakney (BScE’07), has pursued his passion of reducing energy consumption. As co-owner of Homesol Building Solutions, Blakney's work  has resulted in more energy efficient homes, educating his clients to be more environmentally friendly, and helping to reduce the dangerous effects of climate change for current and future generations. He supports many community causes like Habitat for Humanity and 100 Men Who Care of Greater Moncton. 

Dr. Tammy Carroll (PhD.IDST’18) is the founder and CEO of Momenta Consultation, an organizational psychology consulting practice offering consulting and executive coaching services, as well as training solutions. She specializes in organizational psychology and contributes to the science of psychology as a reviewer to blind review processes, such as scientific articles and presentations. As an educator, Carroll has delivered hundreds of training sessions and presentations across Canada and Europe. 

Dr. Christos Papadopoulos (BSc’09) has worked across the country helping low-income patients with their oral health through his profession as an orthodontist. Papadopoulos is an exceptional leader in the dental profession, holding leadership roles with Smiles4Canada and the Atlantic Orthodontists Association. He has participated actively as a volunteer and speaker for a number of different organizations, not-for-profits and charitable causes, including Special Olympics and the UNB Alumni Association.