This year’s list includes more than 100 honorees from the aerospace and defense sector, which includes almost 30,000 workers at Wright-Patterson AFB, and more than 60,000 additional jobs stemming from the presence of WPAFB, the DBJ said.
“I’m honored to again be included in this group, but the real honor goes to the men and women of Peerless,” Kunk said. “It’s their hard work that helps Peerless gain recognition for our support to the nation’s defense.”
Kunk was also a “Who’s Who in Aerospace and Defense” honoree in 2021 and 2022, a past winner of the DBJ’s Forty under 40, and a previous finalist for the DBJ’s Small Business CFO of the Year award. She serves as a board member of the Wright State University Foundation, the Dayton Development Coalition, and The Entrepreneurs’ Center.