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Visionary Awards

NMTC Visionary Awards Gala the evening of February 23, 5:30-8:00 PM, at the Water's Edge Events Center, 4687 Millennium Dr, Belcamp, MD, 410 297 9467

GALA INDIVIDUAL AND TABLE ATTENDANCE

Ticket & Table Purchase

NMTC Guest $95.00, NMTC Member $85.00.

  • NMTC Guest Table, with company logo– Discount for purchasing eight seats at a single table. $684.00
  • NMTC Member Table, with company logo– Discount for purchasing eight seats at a single table. $612.00

 

 

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We are planning another creative magazine-themed size yearbook for the event. Your Ad in the yearbook is visible for the entire year on NMTC.ORG's homepage in this Souvenir Yearbook. Please send Ad to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Jan 18, 27, 2023   Only space for full page Ads                                              

Ad Sizes

TYPE

SIZE

COST

Full Page Inside Front Cover (1 only)

8.5w x 11h

$1000 SOLD

Full Page Back Cover (1 only)

8.5w x 11h

$900 SOLD

Full Page

8.5w x 11h

$600

Half Page Vertical

4.25w x 11h

$350

Quarter Page

4.25w x 5.5h

$165

Ad Specs

  • Sizes are on the chart above. Include a 1/4" bleed with crops, be sure text is 1/4" in from trim on all sides
  • Submit Ads in CMYK color
  • Convert spot colors to CMYK
  • All files must be 300 DPI
  • The minimum font size for any text is 10 points
  • Scanning images from previously printed material (magazines) will not be suitable for print.
  • Acceptable submission formats are:
    • Press Ready PDF (Acrobat) PREFERRED; please convert type to outlines.
    • Photoshop
    • Illustrator: Please convert type to outline and include any placed images in a separate image folder.
    • InDesign files will include linked images and fonts.

Design Assistance: Enktesis LLC can assist you with designing and preparing ads at $125 per hour. Ask for estimated services for work. Contact Marco Ciavolino at 410-838-8264 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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NMTC Visionary Awards Gala, the evening of February 23, 5:30-8:00 PM, at the Water's Edge Events Center, 4687 Millennium Dr, Belcamp, MD, 410 297 9467

Over the years, we found friends /relatives and colleagues of the honorees who want to recognize them with a congratulatory Ad plus attend with them at the Gala. Their employers choose a supportive sponsorship that includes attendance, an Ad, a company-named table, or individual attendance.

The Visionary Awards, hosted by the Northeastern Maryland Technology Council since 2012, recognizes individuals who exemplify the highest commitment to STEM Education and Technology Growth for improving our regional community’s economic growth and protecting our nation’s security in five categories. – Visionary, Leader, Innovator, Mentor, and Rising Star. 

 

1 - VISIONARY AWARD GALA SPONSOR (EXCLUSIVE) - $3,500. Thank you, Harford Community College, for 12 years of sponsorships

  • Seating for 10, a combination of members/guests, which includes four tickets to the VIP reception meeting our distinguished attendees and the honorees before the Gala
  • NEW this year, is podium time to introduce our keynote speaker and describe your organization.
  • Seating at the Gala in a prime location for 10, a combination of members/guests.
  • Logo, prime listing as Visionary Awards Gala Sponsor in Gala invitations
  • Logo and listing as Visionary Awards Gala Sponsor on Gala signage
  • Full-page color Ad in a prime location; the inside cover, in the take-home souvenir yearbook where it’s also posted online for the following year.
  • Preferred placement of logo on all Gala promotional & marketing materials
  • Listing in NMTC’s newsletters and announcements
  • Your sponsor level on name badges for all attending from your organization

 2 - VISIONARY AWARD THEME SPONSOR (EXCLUSIVE) - $3,250. Thank you, Tenax Technologies

  • Be recognized as the most incredible, innovative sponsor. This year’s NMTC event theme is “What Now”, anticipating the most innovative and, some say, great use of emerging technologies.
  • One of those most exciting TECHNOLOGIES IS SENSORY INPUTS – smell being one of them.
  • As part of the icebreaker this year, we are creating a scratch and sniff card for guests to test and identify, then put their answers into a bin to win prizes. Your company’s name is in front (literally) of every attendee. Each attendee receives an interactive technology with your logo and message, plus you can take it home and ‘use me later’ as a memento of the evening.

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  • Seating for 8 at the Gala, a combination of members/guests, which includes three tickets to the VIP reception meeting our distinguished attendees and the honorees before the Gala
  • Logo, prime listing as a Visionary Awards Theme Sponsor in Gala invitations
  • Logo and listing as a Visionary Awards Sponsor on Gala signage
  • Full-page color Ad in a prime location; the back cover, in the take-home souvenir yearbook where it’s also posted online for the following year.
  • Preferred placement of logo on all Gala promotional & marketing materials
  • Listing in NMTC’s newsletters and announcements
  • Your sponsor level on name badges for all attending from your organization

 3 - VISIONARY AWARDS VIP RECEPTION SPONSOR – (EXCLUSIVE) $3,000  Thank you, DSA, Inc

  • Seating for six at the Gala, which includes two tickets to the VIP reception meeting our distinguished attendees and the honorees before the Gala
  • Logo and signage throughout the VIP Reception area
  • Logo and listing as a VIP Reception Sponsor on Gala signage
  • Listing in NMTC’s newsletters and announcements.
  • Full-page ‘color’ ad in the take-home souvenir yearbook, also posted online for the following year.
  • Your sponsor level on name badges for all attending from your organization

 4 – VISIONARY AWARDS PLATINUM SPONSOR – $3,000. TWO more available. Thank you Bravura Information Technology Systems, Harford county Office Economic Development

  • Seating for 6 at the Gala, a combination of members/guests. which includes 2 tickets to the VIP reception meeting our distinguished attendees and the honorees before the Gala
  • Invitations sent with your logo inviting attendees and honorees
  • Logo and listing as Platinum Sponsor on Gala signage
  • Full-page ‘color’ ad in the take-home souvenir yearbook, also posted online for the following year.
  • Listing in NMTC’s newsletters and announcements.
  • Your sponsor level on name badges for all attending from your organization

 5 - VISIONARY AWARDS DIAMOND SPONSOR – $2,750. Four available

  • Seating at the Gala for five, a combination of members/guests, which includes one ticket to the VIP reception meeting our distinguished attendees and the honorees before the Gala
  • Logo and listing as a Diamond Sponsor on Gala signage
  • Listing in NMTC’s newsletters and announcements.
  • Full-page ‘color’ ad in the take-home souvenir yearbook, also posted online for the following year.
  • Your sponsor level on name badges for all attending from your organization

6 - VISIONARY AWARDS GOLD SPONSOR – $2,500 Four available

  • Seating at the Gala for four, a combination of members/guests.
  • Logo and listing as a Gold Sponsor on Gala signage
  • Full-page ‘color’ ad in the take-home souvenir yearbook, also posted online for the following year.
  • Your sponsor level on name badges for all attending from your organization

.7 - VISIONARY AWARDS SILVER SPONSOR $2,000.Two available. Thank you, Battelle and Water's Edge Events Center

  • Seating at the Gala for three, a combination of members/guests.
  • Logo and listing as a Silver Sponsor on Gala signage
  • ½ page ‘color’ ad in the take-home souvenir yearbook, also posted online for the following year.
  • Your sponsor level on name badges for all attending from your organization

 8 - VISIONARY AWARDS MEDIA SPONSOR (EXCLUSIVE) $1,750. Thank You Cecil College

  • Seating at the Gala for two, a combination of members/guests.
  • Logo and listing as the Media Sponsor before and at the Gala.
  • The full-page ‘color’ ad in the take-home souvenir yearbook was also posted online for the following year.

9 - VISIONARY AWARDS MENTOR/TEACHER Seats,  $650. Two available (LIMIT TWO TABLES), BOTH SOLD. Thank you  TOWSON U

  • Seating at the Gala for EIGHT MENTORS, TEACHERS, or those you wish to recognize. You can recommend or ask us to do
  • Logo and listing as the Sponsor on the table at the Gala.
  • 1/4 ‘color’ ad in the take-home souvenir yearbook, also posted online for the following year.

 



 

View previous year’s Visionary Awards Yearbooks to see photo/bio of each honoree

You can learn about all the aspects of this award program on the main event page. Nominations ARE CLOSED

The NMTC Visionary Awards celebrates our neighbors, colleagues, family, and friends for their volunteer efforts that contribute to building a STEM-educated workforce and advancing technology & innovation. The combination of the two provides rewarding careers for our children, expands our regional economy, and protects our national security. This evening's gala honors those individuals. 

This is our 12th Visionary Awards. Now open for nominations at NOMINATE HERE

To see ALL previous 142 honorees, CLICK HERE

Total of 142 honorees to date
Visionary –
a community role model in building our Workforce for the Future or advancing technology & innovation

A person is making significant contributions to our entire community's well-being displayed as a personal commitment to the advancement of building our Workforce for the Future or advancing Innovation & Technology, with demonstrated qualities of enlightened leadership over a remarkable period.

2022 Larry Muzzelo, U.S Army Communications-Electronics Command, Deputy to the Commanding General
2021
Jeff Foulk, SURVICE Engineering, C.E.O.
2020 Lyle Sheldon F.A.C.H.E., University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health, President & CEO. 
2019 Claudine Adams, Bravura Information Technology Systems, President and Founder
2018 Dr. Philip Perconti, U.S. Army Research Lab, Director
2017 Dr. Mary Way Bolt, Cecil College, President
2016 Denise Carnaggio, Harford Community College, APG Liaison
2015 C. Warren Mullins, Battelle Eastern Technology Center, Senior Vice President
2014 Gary Martin, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, Deputy to the Commanding General
2013 Dr. Diane Lane, Cecil College, Vice President Student Activities (retired)
2012 James Foulk, Chesapeake Testing and SURVICE Engineering, President/Founder.

Leader – Setting the pace for success.

We are acknowledging the individual's steadfast, consistent contribution to building our S.T.E.M. Educated Workforce or advancing our Innovation & Technology base in a public way while inspiring others to help in accomplishing shared goals.

2022
Adam Bogner, U.S. Army C5ISR Center, ESI Directorate, Chief Signals Intelligence
Dr. Christy Dryer, Cecil College, Vice President of Academic Programs
Jaclyn Madden, Harford Community College, Professor of Biology

2021
Kyle Rickansrud, Cecil County Public Schools, Director of Technology Services and Media

Dr. James Morgan, Cecil College, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Tim McNamara, Discovery Center at Water's Edge, Chairman, Facilities Committee

Laura Cianelli Preston, ‎Harford Community College, Dean of Nursing, Allied Health Prof. (ret.)

Andrew Renzulli, Harford County Public Schools, Supervisor of Science  

2020
Tamalene Imbierowicz, Professor of Biology & Environmental Science, Harford Comm College
Mark Mortenson, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer, Clene Nanomedicine

2019
Kathleen Kirk, Data Systems Analyst, Inc., Senior Vice President, Strategic Solutions Group
Susan Manning, Freedom Federal Credit Union, Community Liaison
Jamie Gurganus Ph.D., U.M.B.C,  Associate Director Mechanical Engineering

2018
Timothy Dominick, Orbital/A.T.K. (now Northrup Grumman)
Jim McNeely, SURVICE Engineering (formerly with Battelle)
Al Horst, Harford Community College/Senior Science Society

2017
Joan Michel, Profile Partners, President, and Founder
Dr. Patrick McNutt, U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense
Dr. John Suárez, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Dev. & Eng. Center

2016
Christine Zatalava, Cecil County Public Schools, Acting Assistant Principal
John Mayhorne, Harford Community College, Dean (now retired)

2015
Marco Ciavolino, Techbrick Robotics.and enktesis, President and Fopunder
Erica Fineman-Bertoli, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development, Engineering Center.
Louie Lopez, U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command.

2014
Suzanne Milchling, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center.
Frank Mezzanotte, Harford County Public Schools (retired).

2013
Joseph Wienand, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, Director (retired)

2012
Kathleen Kunda, Business Ed. Partnership Advisory Council, Cecil County. (Now Board of Directors, Cecil College)
Dr. John Ferriter, ScD, SAIC - Senior VP.(retired)

Innovator – Ideas that make a difference.

Recognizes exceptional personal efforts in developing and implementing innovative programs/products benefiting building our S.T.E.M. Educated Workforce or advancing our Innovation & Technology base, with the potential for broad positive impact in the community.

2022
Mark Butkiewicz, SURVICE Engineering, VP Applied Eng,  Applied Technology Operation
Dr. Eoin O'Driscoll, Data Systems Analysts, Inc., Director of Critical Infrastructure Protection
Dr. Vishnu Marla, W.L. Gore, Material Scientist, multiple patent holder.

2021
Kim Sheppard, Cecil College, Chair Math Department

Todd Miller, Data Systems Analysts, Inc., Product Manager

Dawn Grissom, Harford Com. College, Project Director, Comm Ed, Business. & Applied Tech.

JP Lapps, NextGen Federal Systems, Senior Vice President

Mark Mears, ChristianaCare, Union Hospital, Director, Facilities Mgmt. & Emergency Prep.      

2020
Jill Orsini, Project Lead the Way instructor, Bel Air Middle School
Cyrus Etemad-Moghadam, Founder & President, RPM Tech

2019
Martha Barwick Ed. D, Harford County Public Schools, Coordinator of Instructional Technology,
Charles Nietubicz, U.S. Army Research Lab (Ret.), Director Supercomputing Resource Center

2018
Catherine (Katie) Hall, U.S. Army Research Lab
Alena Calm, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

2017
Dr. Veronica Dougherty, Cecil College
Scott English, U.S. Army, Directorate of Public Works at APG
Marlene Lieb, Harford Community College (retired)

2016
Sarah Ashley, Science & Math Academy, Harford County Public Schools
Susan Kipp, Youths Benefit Elementary, Harford County Public Schools

2015
Andy Borzok, Cecil County Public Schools.
Kimberly Nikitas, Battelle Eastern Technology Center
Joseph A. Domanico, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

2014
Dr. Pamela Lottero-Perdue, Towson University
Jeannine Finton, Harford County Public Library. (now American Soc. Chemical Engineers)

2013
Mary Doak, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (retired)
Dr. Nina Lamba, CCL Biomedical (Initiator of NMTC.'s Science Café).
Marty Healy, W.L. Gore. (retired)

2012
Deborah Wrobel, Harford Community College, Dean (retired)
Frank Cardo, Cecil County Public Schools

Mentor – Role models for future generations.

One who consistently goes above and beyond in volunteering their knowledge, experiences, and wisdom to stimulate and inspire greatness in students, teachers, or emerging technology businesses.

2022
Brandie Biddy, Cecil College, Assistant Professor Of Mathematics
Dr. Edward Schmidt,  Senior Science Society, U.S.Army Research Laboratory (Ret.).
Dr. Chi-Chin Wu, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Materials Scientist.

2021
Dr. Art Lee, Retired  
Sarah Wheat, Army Research Lab, Chief of the Employee Development & Engagement Branch
Erin Poole, Data Systems Analysts, Inc., Customer Service Rep. and SharePoint Developer
Amy Fares, Data Systems Analysts, Inc., Project Manager

2020
Cathy Perkins, Technical Project Manager / Site Lead, U.S. Army Aberdeen Test Center
Davlyn Williams, Technical Project Manager, Data Systems Analysts, Inc
Dr. Timothy Kluchinsky, Chief, Health Hazard Assessment Div., U.S. Army Public Health
Dr. Richard Becker, Research Engineer, U.S. Army Research Lab

2019
Tracey Schreiner, Data Systems Analysts, Inc., Training Lead
Frank Mayer, Harford Community College,  Adjunct Faculty Cybersecurity
Wilbert Moultrie, U.S. Army Public Health Center, S.T.E.M. Coordinator
Carrie Kauffman, Battelle, Principal Research Scientist
Matthew Kiefert, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Outreach Office Coordinator

2018
William (Bill) Chambers, NASA Goddard
Stan Childs, STEM International
Dr. Michael Simini, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
Virginia (Ginny) To, Parsons Corp, contract support to U.S. Army Research Lab
Dr. Drew Wilkerson, York College/U.S.Army Research Lab (ret.)

2017
Anne Marie Baumann, Cecil County Public Schools.
John Nierwinski, U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity
Dr. Ebony Roper, Cecil College
Dick Schwanke, Senior Science Society at Harford Community College

2016
Dr. Rose Pesce-Rodriguez, U.S. Army Research Laboratory
Greg Fox, Northrup Grumman (ret)
Kelly Mangum, Harford County Public Schools
Omar Savory, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Dev. and Engineering Center

2015
Dr. Bruce Burns, Harford Community College, Senior Science Society
Deidre DeRoia, U.S. Natural Resources Branch, Aberdeen Proving Ground
Dr. John McDonough, U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense
Susan Ciavolino, Harford County Boys & Girls Club
Rick Moore, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Ctr. Rapid Tech & Inspection Branch.
Brad Ruprecht, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Ctr. Rapid Tech & Inspection Branch
Lester Hitch, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Ctr. Rapid Tech & Inspection Branch

2014
Suzanne Procell, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
Anne Shade, Leidos. (moved)
Dr. Robert Lieb, U.S. Army Research Lab (now retired)
Dr. William Prins, A.T.K. Missile Products Division. (now retired)

2013
Dr. Dave Brown, MITRE, and Johns Hopkins University. (Pentagon)
Dr. Sandra Young, U.S. Army Research Lab, Harford Community College
Ted Welsh, SURVICE Engineering

2012
Tim Jahnigen, SAIC (now T2S Solutions)
Dennis Hiebert, Senior Science Society at Harford Community College
Ken Collins, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
Dr. Douglas Cerasoli, U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense.
Shawn Bowen, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

Rising Star – People to watch.

Boldly, one who demonstrated the potential to be an excellent, long-term contributor to building the S.T.E.M. Educated workforce or advancing our Innovation & Technology base.

2022
Sarah Patrick, Information Science Student at the University of Maryland.
Olivia Webster, U.S. Army Public Health Center, Biomedical Engineer,

2021
Kayla Ross, Cecil College, Science, and Engineering Lab Coordinator
Jeremy Ruroede, S.E.R.R.I Technologies, Founder & CEO

2020
Brian Leftridge, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Dev Command, S.T.E.M. Program Specialist, 
Mikale Brutus, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Dev Com, C5ISR, S.T.E.M. Outreach Specialist.

2019
Caitlyn Byrne, MITRE Corp, Lead Information Systems Engineer
Gina Fugate, MD School for the Blind, Lead Technology Teacher

2018
Kim McCarthy, U.S. Army Contracting Command
David Patrick, D.S.A., Inc.
Barbara Morton, Cecil College
Jack Underwood, System Source Learning Centers

2017
Alison Baranowski, Harford County Public Schools
Jerry Crabb, U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command
Jacqueline Wilson, Cecil College

2016
Kim Bowers, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command.
Nicole McKew, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
Jan Stewart, Harford County Public Schools, Hickory Elementary School.
Christina Bryant, U.S. Army Test, and Evaluation Command

2015
Katie McHenry, Youths Benefit Elementary School S.T.E.M. Club.
Breanne Sutton, A.T.K. Missile Products Division. (now Northrup Grumman)

2014
Carmen Kifer, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency.
Ann Bizzano, DPT, American Physical Therapy Association of Maryland.

2013
Kimberly Williams, Cecil County Public Schools.

2012
Jason Parks, Harford County Public Schools, Youths Benefit Elementary School..

Our first live event in three years was a great success. Thank you to those who helped and attended and congratulations to our 2022 awardees.

Download the Posters for the Awardees

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Photos from the 2022 Visionary Awards Ceremony

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