The Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce (NACC) hosted its second annual Four Under 40 Achievement Awards on Monday, April 24, 2017. The event recognized four young professionals in the Naperville community who embody the principles of the YPN mission, including leadership, professional growth and professional development.
The event recognized the following honorees:
Ian Holzhauer of Nagle Obarski, PC
An attorney at Nagle Obarski PC in Naperville, Holzhauer has lived in Naperville from birth until graduation from Naperville North. Holzhauer earned his law degree from Georgetown University, graduating in the top four percent of his class. He then served as a uniformed attorney in the Air Force JAG Corps from 2007 to 2014, with tours in Guam, Cuba and stateside. He chairs the programming committee for the Chamber’s Young Professionals and leads the trustees for the First Congregational Church in Naperville. He serves on the DuPage Children’s Museum NextGen board and will co-lead Jaycee Food at the 2017 Last Fling. Ian and his wife, Julie, have four children.
Mike Isaac of Third Party Pet
Isaac is an accomplished business owner and consultant with sought-after expertise in the pet industry. As CEO and CFO of Third Party Pet, Isaac developed and manages a program for the American Kennel Club canine registrations, products and customer service operations and consults across the United States. As a member of the City of Naperville’s Financial Advisory Board, Isaac serves as an advisor and sounding board on issues of municipal fiscal management, sound business practice and economic development for the City of Naperville. Isaac is a married father of twin 3-year-olds. He is a member of the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Naperville Jaycees and a supporter of many local nonprofits.
Rich Janor of Janor Sports
Janor is the president/CEO of Janor Sports and Game Day USA. Both companies are leaders in team sports, event management and entertainment. Janor also serves as president of the Naperville Park District Board of Commissioners, head varsity baseball coach at Montini Catholic High School and regional director for USA Baseball’s NTIS program in the Great Lakes Region. Janor is an avid Chicago Cubs fan, and has been known to appear around Wrigley Field as “The Flying W Man.” He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Notre Dame, and resides in Naperville with Rhonda, their daughter Brooklyn and Rhonda’s son Caiden.
Tom Peters of CBRE, Inc.
Born and raised in Naperville, Peters has always valued relationship and community. As a commercial real estate broker, he has built his business on the foundation of personal connection. With a desire to advance the education and achievements of Naperville professionals in commercial real estate, Tom co-founded the Commercial Real Estate Professionals Network. Valuing the impact of mentorship in both personal and professional development, Peters also serves as a facilitator for The Legacy Circle. His passion for service and leadership is exemplified through his involvement with DuPage Pads as chair of the Young Professionals board and member of the board of directors.