CORRECTING and REPLACING Maryland Tech Council Unveils Winners of 34th Annual Industry Awards

CORRECTING and REPLACING Maryland Tech Council Unveils Winners of 34th Annual Industry Awards




CORRECTING and REPLACING Maryland Tech Council Unveils Winners of 34th Annual Industry Awards

FREDERICK, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In the award winners section, Global Alliant, Inc. should be listed under « Government Contracting Company of the Year (Up to $50M)«  and Alpha Omega Integration should be listed under « Government Contracting Company of the Year ($50M and Above) »

The updated release reads:

MARYLAND TECH COUNCIL UNVEILS WINNERS OF 34TH ANNUAL INDUSTRY AWARDS

The Maryland Tech Council, the largest technology and life science trade association in the state, announced the winners of its 2022 Industry Awards Thursday at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center. The event, which honored companies, executives, students and educators in 15 categories, marked the first in-person gathering for the Industry Awards Celebration since 2019.

“We are thrilled to honor the most dynamic and exciting tech and life science companies, leaders and students of the past year,” said Marty Rosendale, CEO of the Maryland Tech Council. “Each winner set the standard for innovation, leadership, education and impact in their organization, community or classroom. I congratulate all winners and finalists for inspiring excellence across Maryland’s innovation and education landscapes.”

The award winners are:

Venture Mentor Service Volunteer of the Year

Janet Hall

Venture Mentor Service Company of the Year

Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Technologies, LLC

Advocate of the Year

Senator Chris Van Hollen

Alexandria Real Estate Equities Scholarship Winners

Aiden Sachs – Aerospace Engineering, University of Maryland

Beatrice Chung – Computer Sciences, University of Maryland

Bryson Ostrum – Engineering/STEM, Washington College

Ishan Dutta – Aerospace Engineering, University of Maryland

Donovan Peyton – Biology, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Rebecca Williams – Integrated Science-Neuroscience, Salisbury University

Kelly Kameni-Ngotcho – IT/Computer Sciences, University of Maryland

Melissa Guillen – Civil Engineering, University of Maryland

STEM Educators of the Year

Jennifer Blum – Third Grade, Smithsburg Elementary School, Smithburg, MD

Breese Gearhart – First Grade, Jonathan Hager Elementary School, Hagerstown, MD

CEO of the Year – Government Contracting

Daniel Ra, Founder & CEO, Red Alpha, LLC

CEO of the Year – Life Sciences

Kenneth Mills, President & CEO, REGENXBIO

CEO of the Year – Technology

Todd Marks, Founder & CEO, Mindgrub Technologies

Emerging Life Sciences Company of the Year

Cartesian Therapeutics

Emerging Technology Company of the Year

N5 Sensors, Inc.

Government Contracting Company of the Year (Up to $50M)

Global Alliant, Inc.

Government Contracting Company of the Year ($50M and Above)

Alpha Omega Integration

Life Sciences Company of the Year

BD

Technology Company of the Year

Catalyte

ICON Award

Rene Lavigne, President & CEO, Iron Bow Technologies

Industry Award Celebration Sponsors included:

​​Award Sponsors

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, AstraZeneca, Avantor, Baird, BDO, Iron Bow Technologies, J.P. Morgan Wealth Management, JLL, Learning Undefeated, Pillsbury

Gold Sponsors

Alpha Pointe Capital, American Gene Technologies, Aronson, Ellume, Fulton Bank, Johns Hopkins Tech Ventures, Marsh & McLennan, Maryland Department of Commerce, MaxCyte, Montgomery College, REGENXBIO, UM BioPark, Universities at Shady Grove, Vision Technologies, Whiteford Taylor Preston

Silver Sponsors

Bank of America Private Bank, BD, BTS, ClearView Group, Colliers, Cordia, Facility Logix, Howard County Economic Development Authority, SixGen, TEDCO, Tower Federal Credit Union, Venable

About the Maryland Tech Council

The Maryland Tech Council (MTC) is a collaborative community that is actively engaged in building strong technology and life science industries by supporting the efforts of our individual members. We are the largest technology and life sciences trade association in the state of Maryland, and we provide value by giving members a forum to learn, share, and connect. MTC brings the region’s community together into a single, united organization that empowers our members to achieve their business goals through advocacy, networking and education. The vision for the Maryland Tech Council is to propel Maryland to become the number one innovation economy for life sciences and technology in the country. For more information: mdtechcouncil.com.

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