Nominations are being accepted for the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) Thirty Under 30 class of 2020. Now entering its eighth year, the NKBA Thirty Under 30 program recognizes accomplished kitchen and bath professionals under the age of 30. Each year’s class comprises rising leaders from throughout the industry. The new class will be announced in fall 2019 and honored at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Las Vegas, Jan. 21-22.
“There are bright, enthusiastic young pros already making an impact at design firms, showrooms and manufacturers across all facets of the kitchen and bath business,” said Bill Darcy, CEO of the NKBA. “The NKBA Thirty Under 30 program identifies these individuals as future leaders of our industry, and is an opportunity to help mentor and guide them as they continue to grow in their careers. This will help ensure the continued success of the K&B sector.”
The 2020 NKBA Thirty Under 30 program is generously sponsored by Signature Kitchen Suite (SKS) appliances.
Eligibility requirements include the following:
Thirty Under 30 honorees will receive the following:
Industry professionals may nominate a colleague or enter directly by submitting a nomination form found on www.NKBA.org.
This year’s Thirty Under 30 selection committee includes Danielle Bohn, CMKBD, NKBA Thirty Under 30 alumna and product trainer for Dura Supreme Cabinetry; Mark Eglington, president, Euro-Line Appliances Inc.; Molly Switzer, AKBD, NKBA Thirty Under 30 alumna and founder of Molly N Switzer Designs; Rebecca Sutton, AKBD, NKBA Thirty Under 30 alumna and lead designer at Kitchen Design Concepts, and Brandy Tallant, inside account manager, Hansgrohe.