Movers, Shakers & Difference-Makers: The 2015 40 Under 40

By Rejuvenate Staff, September 21, 2015

About the 40 Under 40 process: Each year, Rejuvenate highlights professionals who are making an early mark in the faith-based meetings industry. Peers and colleagues submit nominations, which then are reviewed by our editors. The editors select the final 40 honorees based on nominations, references, industry involvement, career awards and honors, and other factors. If you’d like to submit a nomination for next year’s 40 Under 40, click here.

Cesar-AlvarezCesar Alvarez

28Special Assistant for Hospitality and Special Events, Christian Education Department, AME Zion Church
Washington, D.C.


JeffersonBethkeJefferson Bethke

Maui, Hawaii


EyalCarlinEyal Carlin

36Director, Israel Government Tourism Office, Southern Region, USA


David_CarrDavid A. Carr

38Director of Sales, Tourism Santa Fe
Santa Fe, New Mexico


EliotCrowtherEliot Crowther

28Co-founder and Director, Pushpay
Redmond, Washington


Janeen DavisJaneen Davis

33Executive Administrator, The Navigators


Josh_DeytonJosh Deyton

35Vice President of Marketing and Development, Lighthouse Family Retreat


LukeDooleyLuke Dooley

31Q Commons Director, Q Ideas
Franklin, Tennessee


Abigail GoodinAbigail Goodin

25National Sales Manager, Albuquerque CVB
Albuquerque, New Mexico


Josiah HeadshotJosiah Gorman

25Executive Director, Bible Bowl


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