People of SU
September 18, 2014
Seattle University alumni and a faculty member are among those featured in the Puget Sound Business Journal's annual 40 Under 40 program spotlighting top business leaders under the age of 40.
Those from SU who will receive the prestigious award include:
Quinton Morris is director of chamber and instrumental music and associate professor of violin and chamber music in the Fine Arts Department at Seattle University. He's also a concert violinist and artistic director for Chamber Music Madness, which empowers young people through chamber music.
Steve Galatro, MFAL '09, who also worked on campus from 2005 to 2012, is executive director of the Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle's Central District.
Matt Iseri, MBA '05, is founder and president of TokuSaku Consulting, a management consulting firm in Seattle's Pioneer Square.
David Wasielewski, MBA '01, is managing partner and general manager at Din Tai Fung Restaurant, which has locations in Bellevue and Seattle.
Now in its 16th year, 40 Under 40 honors those "who excel in their industry and show dynamic leadership."
A dinner celebrating past and current honorees is planned for Sept. 18 at the Showbox Sodo.
- Annie Beckmann
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