Zest’s Tim Bojanowski was recognized by the Maryland Daily Record in being named to the publication’s list of Very Important Professionals Successful Before the Age of 40 for 2014.
The award recognizes young professionals who are 40 and under whose creativity and entrepreneurial spirit already are contributing to a new energy in Maryland. Winners were selected by an outside panel of judges based on professional accomplishments, community service and impact of achievement.
“It’s really pretty special to be considered in the same company as these other incredible professionals who do so much for our community,” Bojanowski said.
The winners were based on contributions to their community, to their professions, and their commitment to encouraging change and growth. Bojanowski is among 43 inspiring Marylanders that were selected from 129 nominations.
Bojanowski is one of the leading digital marketing advisers in the area as well as a familiar face in the local legal community in part with his extensive work with attorneys. He is an adviser to the Technology Committee of the Baltimore County Bar Association, a member of the Executive Council of the Baltimore County Sitting Judges Campaigns Committee, and an expert on the topic of Search Engine Optimization, business development and web marketing.
Bojanowski is a part of various boards and committees for organizations such as the Towson Chamber of Commerce, There Goes My Hero Foundation, the Education Foundation for Baltimore Country Public Schools and the Hunt Valley Golf Club. He also participates in the Technology Advisory Council for the Baltimore County Public Schools CTE Program and was formerly the Junior Varsity Lacrosse Team coach at Towson High School.
The young professionals will be celebrated during the fourth annual event at Gertrude’s at the Baltimore Museum of Art on August 20.