The Boston Busi­ness Journal on Monday announced the 2013 class of 40 under 40 hon­orees — busi­ness and civic leaders who col­lec­tively rep­re­sent the next wave of talent and com­mit­ment in the Boston economy.

Judges reviewed more than 250 nom­i­na­tions, con­sid­ering pro­fes­sional accom­plish­ments and com­mu­nity involvement.

The Boston busi­ness com­mu­nity will rec­og­nize many of these names because they’re already making their mark,” said Chris McIn­tosh, pub­lisher of the BBJ. “This year’s 40 under 40 class, our 16th, shows that Boston is in good hands with its next gen­er­a­tion of leaders.”

The 2013 win­ners will be rec­og­nized at an evening recep­tion on Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Inter­na­tional Place Grand Lobby at Inter­na­tional Place.

This year’s hon­orees include:

• Emmett G. Price III, pres­i­dent and founder at Black Church Music Min­istry Project; asso­ciate pro­fessor of music, North­eastern University

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