NMTC 9th Annual Visionary Awards Honors 11

Northeastern Maryland Technology Council (NMTC) Honors Visionary Awardees for 2020

Front row: L to R: Cyrus Etemad-Moghadam, Innovator, RPM Tech; Jill Orsini, Innovator, Bel Air Middle School; Mikale Brutus, Rising Star, US Army CCDC; Cathy Perkins, Mentor, US Army ATEC; Lyle Sheldon, Visionary, UM Upper Chesapeake Heath

Back row: L to R: Tami Imbierowicz, Leader, Harford Community College; Dr. Richard Becker, Mentor, US Army ARL (retired); Mark Mortenson, Leader, Clene Nanomedicine; Brian Leftridge, Rising Star, US Army CCDC; Dr. Timothy Kluchinsky, Mentor, US Army Public Health Center; Davlyn Williams, Mentor, DSA, Inc

 A select group of Marylander’s received the prestigious Visionary Award on February 27, 2020, for their contributions in building our Workforce for The Future and advancing technology and innovation to grow our economy and protect national security. The ceremony is the largest of its kind in Maryland, held at the Richlin Ballroom in Edgewood, MD, now in its 9th year. Attending were leaders in industry, government, and education.

“We honor remarkable people who continue to play key roles in moving our region forward in the areas of STEM education and technology,” said NMTC Board Chair, Claudine Adams, President/Founder, Bravura Information Technology Systems. “These are individuals who selflessly donate their time and talents to make a difference in our community.”

We also thank our sponsors who gave tremendous support in making this our most successful awards gala to date, especially our top level sponsors ($3,000 +): Harford Community College (9 years supporting), Bravura (4 years supporting) and DSA, INC.(2 years supporting), and University of MD Upper Chesapeake Health

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pulling it all together is yet another creative summary yearbook in our series of many, with some saying, the more creative to date. An anaglyphic cover showcasing the new Aberdeen location for the University of MD Upper Chesapeake Heath buildings. Perfectly viewed with 3D glasses. Creative by Marco Ciavolino, enktesis