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40 Under Forty Awardee Profile Form

Please complete the Awardee Profile form below. The following image is an example of what your finished profile may look like in the Berkshire Eagle special section. 

Profiles are not complete until they adhere to set character limits as detailed below. For help with character counts we recommend the following tool

If you do not wish to answer a question please put “NA” in that field.

Profile Example

Shela Hidalgo 40 Under Forty printed profile example

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Shelley Wojtkowski
Administrative Assistant to the Office of Advancement

Phone: 413–236–2185

Awardee Profile Form


  • We recommend using your formal first name but will honor any preference you may have.
  • You may use no middle initial, a middle initial or your full middle name.
  • Don't forget to include any suffixes, for example "Jr." if you want them listed.
  • Professional titles are not required but we are happy to include them if desired.
  • While we know you proudly represent your company, this is your award, the name of your business will not be included.

In less than 500 words, please provide two or three sentences with additional information about you to share at the event. This will be read as you are walking up on stage to accept your award. This should be information that is NOT included in the profile above. Humor is good and let your personality shine!


Chris Everyperson - In his sixth grade class, Chris’s teacher had his students compete in a mock stock-trading contest, Chris’s first encounter with investing. Little did he know this experience would evolve into a passion and career later in life!


Chris Everyperson -- Not one to take herself too seriously, in her previous professional life, Chris once ate a total of 32 different burgers in a little over a month while working on an article for a magazine. But since she believes in balance, Chris uses all that fuel for spending as many miles as possible on her mountain bike in the woods and challenging herself with feats like the Josh Billings Runaground Triathlon, which she completed as an Ironwoman two years ago.


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