Katelyn M. Evans was selected by Crain’s Cleveland Business as a “Twenty in Their 20s,” Class of 2019.
Evans and the other 19 recipients were honored on Nov. 25 at a joint celebration of Crain’s “Forty Under 40” and “Twenty in Their 20s.” The celebration, held at the Cleveland Museum of Art, was one of the largest gatherings of Cleveland’s rising leaders who are scaling businesses to new heights, making decisions that put their organizations on the map and are producing a stream of impactful work.
The “Twenty in Their 20s” class are selected by a panel of Crain’s editors and include active, driven young professionals who will help steer the course of Northeast Ohio into that future.
Evans, an associate attorney in the Cleveland office, is a member of the Venture Capital, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Private Equity practice groups. Her Crain’s award profile detailed the anti-human trafficking initiative she helped to launch during her undergrad years at the University of Dayton. The initiative solidified her path to law school. She earned her J.D. from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 2015.