NAHB Members Recognized in Pro Remodeler's 40 Under 40 Class of 2024


In its March/April 2024 issue, Pro Remodeler unveiled its 13th annual Forty Under 40 awards, a celebration of remodeling’s rising stars showcasing the industry’s future.

“I’ve been fortunate for the past decade to be part of the team that works on Pro Remodeler’s Forty Under 40 awards, and I’m always interested to see new trends among the winners,” stated Erika Mosse, Pro Remodeler’s director of content. “No one would say that a group of 40 people is statistically representative of a whole industry, yet I’ve noticed over the years that the new ideas embraced by this group are often examples of forward-thinking leadership in remodeling.”

NAHB members recognized among this group of trailblazers include:

Richard Begalla Kelly Kirk
Meghan Billings Noah Lindus
Kyle Bridgan Ian Martinez
Kerstin Cobb Phillip McClain
Stephanie Dailey Diana Pauro
Derek Gannaway Kelsey Powell
Eric Hucke Woody Priest
Jenna Jackson Bronti Samuals
Cory Jay Lauren Weber

NAHB members also celebrated as part of Pro Remodeler’s lookback on previous classes include:

Joshua Dean Peter Ranney
Paul Criner Josh Yager
Chad Hatfield

Additional highlights from the March/April 2024 issue of Pro Remodeler include:

  • NAHB Chairman’s Message: Leading One of the Industry’s Most Robust Resources
  • Remodelers Council Welcomes New Chair
  • Top Projects Recognized With NAHB Remodeling Awards

The full issue is available through

Nominations are still open for Pro Builder's Forty Under 40 awards program, which is open to anyone working in the home building industry born after April 1, 1984. Deadline for submissions is June 17, 2024.

Pro Builder and Pro Remodeler magazines are brought to you as part of NAHB's collaboration with SGC Horizon, NAHB’s official media partner. As an NAHB member, you have unlimited access to SGC Horizon’s online content and print publications focusing on key industry trends. SGC Horizon also produces other monthly and quarterly publications focused on custom building and multifamily development.

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