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Who Will Win The Louisiana Governor's Technology Awards?
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Who will win the Louisiana Governor’s Technology awards?

We will know tomorrow as new industry leaders from across the state gather in Baton Rouge for a ceremony hosted by the Louisiana Technology Council in partnership with Louisiana Economic Development, the Governor’s Technology Awards will recognize innovators in following categories:

(Photo: Mark Lewis, President of the Louisiana Technology Council

  • Technology Leader of the Year
  • Technology Company of the Year
  • University Technology Leader of the Year
  • Innovator of the Year
  • Rising Star of the Year

 

(Nominees listed below)

The general public can RSVP for the event at www.ltc-la.org or by calling Mary Taurman at  504.304.2910 . Tickets are $50.

The event takes place 11:30p.m.--1:30p.m. Wednesday June 29, 2011  at the Belle of Baton Rouge Hotel, 103 France Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802

The Louisiana Technology Council’s marquee event, the annual Governor’s Technology Awards, is designed to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of companies and individuals in Louisiana.

2011 NOMINEES:

Rising Star

  • Touch Studios/ Neel Sus and Jameson Quave
  • Fetch Puppy/Chris Reade
  • Twin Engine Labs/ Ken and Keith Hanson
  • AXI Education Solutions/Terry and Dale Viola
  • LEDI/Jeff Pellegrin

 

 


Innovator of the Year

  • Don Flores- Ultix Technologies, Inc
  • Patrick Thompson- Amedisys, Inc.
  • John Grindley- CoHabitat
  • Allyson Seitzler- Webtyde
  • Zach Rouse- Geocent
  • Chris Reade- Fetch Puppy
  • Jon A. Gegenheimer- Jefferson Parish Clerk of Court
  • Neel Sus and Jameson Quave- Touch Studios
  • Dr. Kolluru- NIMSAT
  • Terri and Dale Viola- AXI Education Solutions
  • Chris Laborde- Regional Planning Commission
  • Dr. Kaplan- Build My Bod

 

University Leader of the Year

  • Dr. Darlene Williams- Northwestern State
  • Kenneth J. Eilertsen, Ph.D.- Pennington Biomedical Research Center
  • Mike Beutner, Ph.D.- CEHD, University of Louisiana at Monroe
  • Roy Keller- Louisiana Business & Technology Center
  • Kari L. Walters- Louisiana State University

 

Technology Leader of the Year

  • Brandon Foreman
  • G.B. Cazes
  • Roy Keller
  • Bondilyn Jolly
  • Terri and Dale Viola

 

 

Technology Company of the Year

  • NMD, Inc.- Bondilyn Jolly
  • MyPhoneMD-Jeff Lyons & Conrad Green
  • Touch Studios, LLC- Neel Sus and Jameson Quave
  • AXI Education Solutions- Terri and Dale Viola
  • Cox Business Louisiana- Fran Gladden

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