Webster University Alumni Named to 40 Under 40

Feb. 16, 2018

The St. Louis Business Journal's 2018 40 Under 40 class includes two Webster University alumni: Michael Sansone, MBA ’13 and Andre Stevens, MBA ‘12.

Sansone MBA '13
Sansone MBA '13

Sansone, who earned his master’s in business administration from Webster in 2013, launched Sangita Capital Partners with his dad, Anthony Sansone Jr. in 2011. At its peak, Sangita’s assets totaled $150 million. Now, Sansone is working to launch Ridge House Capital, which will focus on smaller deals in the real estate market.

He was recognized for his "ambitious business vision" as well as his charitable efforts with Mercy Clinic Children’s Cancer and Hematology.

Click here for the full Business Journal profile of Sansone [sub.]

Stevens, who earned his master's in business administration from Webster in 2012, is principal – engagement manager at Daugherty Business Solutions, where he works to help execute strategic technology and cost-saving initiatives for companies experiencing mergers and acquisitions. Currently, he is on assignment with Charter Communications who purchased Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks in 2016.

Stevens MBA '12
Stevens MBA '12

He was recognized for his “ability to connect and mentor colleagues” as well as his volunteer efforts with Father’s Support Center and the St. Louis Area Foodbank.

Click here for the full Business Journal profile on Stevens [sub.].

Sansone and Stevens will be honored with the rest of the 40 Under 40 Class of 2018 during a dinner on Thursday, Feb. 22. This year’s event is proudly sponsored by Webster University.

Since 1995, the St. Louis Business Journal has sought nominations for young leaders who are already making their mark on the local business community. To be admitted to this exclusive class, a candidate must be under 40 years of age, and be a mover and shaker both in business and in the community.

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