Nominate under-40 Pittsburghers for The Incline’s Who’s Next: Community Leaders

Who’s making Pittsburgh better through their work in neighborhoods and their communities?

Jayna Wallace / The Incline

Update, Feb. 13: Meet the 20 community leaders and activists building a better Pittsburgh, and RSVP to come celebrate at a happy hour in their honor.

Update, Jan. 13: Nominations have closed.

Updated 9:14 p.m. Jan. 5

Here’s your chance to tell us all about the leaders and activists that are making our city better through their work in neighborhoods and their communities.

In our third Who’s Next class, we’re highlighting under-40 community leaders and activists. Think young, dedicated people working in community development corporations, neighborhood associations or the neighbor who gets shit done on your block.

If you know someone who’s making your community better, we want to hear about them. (One caveat: No one who works in politics, please. Nominations are closed for that class, which was announced this week.)

The Incline’s Who’s Next — presented by bank sponsor S&T Bank — is our chance to recognize up-and-coming dynamos in Pittsburgh and to introduce you today to tomorrow’s leaders and influencers. Our sister site Billy Penn has done the same for hundreds of Philadelphians. Read about previous Who’s Next recipients here, and sign up for Who’s Next email alerts, too, by clicking the “Follow This” button.

So now we need to hear from you.

Use the form below to nominate community leaders and activists before Friday, Jan. 13 so we can assemble a class of the standouts — and throw a party for them.