SHALIMAR — Recently elected Okaloosa County Commissioner Nathan Boyles was selected among 40 influential business leaders under 40 for a business magazine.



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SHALIMAR — Recently elected Okaloosa County Commissioner Nathan Boyles was selected among 40 influential business leaders under 40 for a business magazine.



Sixteen counties were asked to help make the selections for 850 Business Magazine of Northwest Florida.



“I am honored to be among the other young professionals selected and credit my success to the opportunities available to businesses and entrepreneurs in Okaloosa County,” Boyles stated. “This demonstrates the great climate for business that we have here and I am honored to serve my constituents in Okaloosa County as their District 3 commissioner.”



Boyles grew up in North Okaloosa County. He has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with an emphasis in environmental engineering from Florida State University. He attended FSU College of Law, where he earned his law degree.



850 Business Magazine is an online publication featuring northwest Florida news.