The Nashville Technology Council announced the winners of the 10th Annual NTC Awards at a packed Wildhorse Saloon on Thursday night, presented by C Spire.
The event, co-hosted by Markeith Braden, Founder & CEO of Markeith Braden & Company, and Karen H. Thompson, MBA, Vice President for HCA Healthcare’s Strategy & Innovation Group, brought together more than 630 attendees — representing more than 135 Middle Tennessee technology companies and related organizations. Governor Bill Lee provided introductory remarks. All were present to celebrate this year’s technology champions in fourteen categories. Dell Nashville provided support as the Platinum Sponsor.
“The NTC Awards is an opportunity to celebrate our region’s tech leaders for the work they’ve done in Nashville’s technology community,” said Brian Moyer, NTC President and CEO. “Whether it’s a company, a team, or an individual; a member of the ‘C-Suite’ or a developer; or a community leader or a diversity game changer, the NTC Awards recognize the people that are making Nashville the destination for creative and innovative technology, and contributing to Middle Tennessee’s growth and prosperity.”
And the winners of the 10th Annual NTC Awards are:
Tech Start Up of the Year
BOS Framework, Inc
Emerging Leader of the Year
Software Developer of the Year
Innovator of the Year
BOS Framework, Inc.
Infrastructure Leader of the Year
Tech Student of the Year
Community Leader of the Year
Women in Technology of Tennessee
Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year
Data Scientist of the Year
Team of the Year
CTO of the Year
Security Leader of the Year
CIO of the Year
Company of the Year
The design of the year book theme for this year’s award ceremony was produced by Lauren Rives at Lifeway Christian Resources and Partner Shop Digital led the event’s video production.
More details about each award, its sponsor, and finalists can be found on the NTC Awards website, http://ntcawards.com/2018-awards/.