The annual Four Under 40 event recognizes four young professionals in the Naperville community who demonstrate excellence in the following: Leadership in Community, Leadership in Business, Excellence in Career and Life Balance. The NACC celebrated the award’s fourth year in 2019, presenting it to four individuals who truly embody the principles of this award.
Matt Doyle | Team Doyle/Hulsey CrossCountry Mortgage, Inc.
“Mortgage Matt” Doyle and his team pride themselves on open, transparent communication and quick turn times. They always work diligently and efficiently to ensure all parties enjoy a smooth, seamless transaction and walk away from the process feeling very satisfied in their choice to use Team Doyle/Hulsey for their mortgage needs. Matt treats working with clients as a privilege, not a right and always keeps his clients’ goal of obtaining the “American Dream” at the forefront of everything he does. Additionally, Matt feels that “one can obtain success beyond imagination if you stay true to yourself and to others’ being honest and humble opens doors you never thought would open.”
Matt has been in the mortgage industry since 2003. His financial experience includes both the purchase and refinance markets. In 2006, Matt and Scott Hulsey formed Team Doyle/Hulsey. Matt and his immediate team have more than 75 years of combined experience in the industry. With this much knowledge and experience, you are in good hands!
Matt resides in Naperville, IL with his wife Liz. They have two daughters, Rigley and Piper. They also have two Great Pyrenees dogs, Reggie and Payton.
Harley Jones | 360 Youth Services
Harley Jones became the CEO of 360 Youth Services in 2018 after 15 years as a COO and disaster executive with the American Red Cross. For over 40 years, 360 Youth Services’ programs have focused on homelessness, mental health, substance abuse prevention and leadership for youth in the western suburbs of Chicago.
360 is on the on the cutting edge of youth support, opening one of Illinois’ first Transitional Housing Program for LGBTQ youth in 2012. They co-locate mental health counselors in middle and high schools to support the mental health needs of students, and 360 is the home of the Community Alliance for Prevention, the Power of Choice and Naperville’s Operation Snowball Program.
Jones began his mission-focused career in 2004 as an AmeriCorps National Service volunteer with the Red Cross responding to local disasters and teaching community preparedness. Most recently, he oversaw the Red Cross Disaster Services program throughout Chicago and Northern Illinois covering more than 9.5 million people and has deployed domestically and internationally following large-scale natural disasters leading teams of humanitarian responders. He led the organization’s push to adopt a more data-driven approach to community outreach for the most vulnerable citizens, focusing on meaningful outcomes and actionable intelligence.
Prior to joining the American Red Cross, he taught U.S. and European history where his research focused on the intricacies of democracy and political violence. Jones is an Emerging Leaders Alumni at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs where he published a report on Urban Resiliency and Chronic Violence and is he now a member of the BMW Foundation’s Responsible Leader Network.
Renee Miklosik | DuPage Children’s Museum
Renee Miklosik is an experienced development and communications professional with service across several sectors of the nonprofit world, including arts and culture, human services and higher education. As Director of Development for DuPage Children’s Museum, she leads fundraising efforts for one of Naperville’s cherished cultural and educational attractions. She has served on the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and played an integral role, along with several other area young professionals, in reviving the Chamber’s Young Professionals Network, serving as chairperson in 2016.
Miklosik is a native of Aurora, Illinois, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in organizational communications and a Master of Arts degree in liberal studies from North Central College.
Catherine Ross | Ross Creative Works
For over 15 years, Catherine Ross has been working in the world of commercial graphic design and art direction. She has extensive experience in marketing and branding.
Ross has produced robust campaigns for businesses in the Chicago area, as well as print and digital designs for a variety of needs. Over the years, her projects have led her to the rooftops of construction sites, into the cabs of combines during soybean harvest, and supervising photography for advertising. When she’s not on-set at photoshoots, she’s designing company branding, art directing advertising campaigns, and creating fresh designs for her clients.
Recent clients include Illinois Soybean Association, Edgewood Clinical Services, DuPage County Bar Association, Advanced Health of Naperville and Culloton Bauer Luce. You can find her work at www.rosscreativeworks.com