Next Sunday, the Union Leader will publish a special section honoring the latest crop of the best and the brightest young professionals in New Hampshire.
To commemorate the 20th 40 Under Forty class, we connected with some alumni to learn about their recent activities.
Today, we feature Deo Mwano of Manchester and Laura Jamison of Berlin.
(See Sunday’s Business Editor’s Notebook for profiles of Superior Court Chief Justice Tina Nadeau and New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits CEO Kathleen Reardon.)
Blast from the past: In 2016, Mwano, then 25, was a learning coach at Southern New Hampshire University and oversaw competency programs for its College For America. He also had helped organize B.R.I.N.G. I.T!!!, an after-school program at Hillside Middle School that partners with the United Way to offer resources for refugees and immigrants.
What he’s doing…