Greater Williamsburg Chamber Of Commerce Recognizes 15 Under 50


WILLIAMSBURG-The Greater Williamsburg Chamber Of Commerce recently recognized 15 business leaders under the age of 50 who have made an impact in their respective industries as well as in the community as a whole.

The following Greater Williamsburg area businessmen and businesswomen were honored in a virtual Awards Ceremony on November 17:

Adam Kinsman, James City County
Brandon Randall, Hospice House & Support Care of Williamsburg
Dustin DeVore, Kaufman & Canoles, P.C.
Heather Harmon, Henderson, Inc.
Henry Broaddus, William & Mary
Henry Ranger, The Prescription Shoppe
Jade Ranger, The Prescription Shoppe
Margaret Atkins, Riverside Doctors’ Hospital Williamsburg
Morgan Cordle, 757swim
Olyvia Salyer, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Towne Realty
Robby Willey, The Virginia Beer Company
Tom Coffey, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services
Tom Powell, Genie Jar Digital
Vernon Geddy, Old City Barbeque
Yuri Adams, City of Williamsburg, Virginia – Municipal Government

SCORE Mentors volunteered their time to interview and select the 15 under 50 for 2021.