BOS Framework, axialHealthcare two-time winners at NTC Awards

The Nashville Technology Council on Thursday night announced the winners of the 10th Annual NTC Awards at a Wildhorse Saloon packed with more than 630 people.
The awards program was presented by C Spire, while Dell Nashville provided support as platinum sponsor. The event was co-hosted by Markeith Braden, founder and CEO of Markeith Braden & Co., and Karen Thompson, vice president of HCA Healthcare’s strategy and innovation group and honored more than 135 Middle Tennessee technology companies and related organizations across 14 categories.
“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 NTC President and CEO Brian Moyer. “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.”
The winners are:
CIO of the Year
Haden McWhorter – Premise Health
Finalists: Joe Degati – axialHealthcare and Jonathan Harbin – Frost-Arnett
Community Leader of the Year
Marla Lamont – HCA
Finalists: Beth McCart – Ramsey Solutions and John Liu – Digital Reasoning
CTO of the Year
Michelle Miller – Centauri
Finalists: Cody King – InVivoLink and Brian Dailey – Stratasan
Data Scientist of the Year
Lindsey Morris – axialHealthcare
Finalists: Christi French – Digital Reasoning and Peter Mancini – Citizens Bank
Emerging Leader of the Year
Loretta Stokes – EventBrite
Finalists: Nic Dugger – TNDV: Television and Justin Mooneyhan – LifePoint Health
Infrastructure Leader of the Year
Brian Ethington – Data Blue
Finalists: Phil Herrera – Asurion and Cesar Cayetano – Qualifacts
Innovator of the Year
Shashank Purighalla – BOS Framework
Finalists: Chase Spurlock – IQuity and Philip Hardin – YouScience
Security Leader of the Year
Mark Geeslin – Asurion
Finalists: Brian Lucy – CKE Restaurants and Dirk Maxwell – LKQ
Software Developer of the Year
Katy Ratka – axialHealthcare
Finalists: Jeff Meeks – HCA / HealthTrust and Satish Viswanathan – Geodis
Tech Student of the Year
Holly Yasui – MTSU
Finalists: Beth Grace Kinder – MTSU and Tom Wilson – Lipscomb University
Company of the Year
Finalists: Black Box Realties and Eventbrite
Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year
Finalists: PwC and Middle Tennessee State University Women In STEM Center
Team of the Year
Finalists: Premise Health and Sarah Cannon IT Applications Services Team
Tech Start Up of the Year
BOS Framework
Finalists: GreenLight Medical and BlackBox Realities
Via Nashville Post.

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