Who will win these v important NET/WORK Awards? You decide - Technical.ly Baltimore


Feb. 21, 2017 12:09 pm

Who will win these v important NET/WORK Awards? You decide

The noms are in. Let's do some voting.

Gettin' jobs at NET/WORK Baltimore 2016.

(Photo by Catherine Sontag)

Hello, hello. Attention, please.

Last week we asked you to nominate some of Baltimore’s best and brightest for our first-ever, extremely important, v prestigious NET/WORK Awards. Categories ranged from Best Office Pet (surprisingly competitive!) to Least Worst Recruiter (lol).

Well, you did your job and now it’s time to advance to the next stage of highly rigorous awards-makin’: it’s time for an online vote.


Voting is open till Thursday at 5 p.m., right when our NET/WORK jobs fair starts (get tickets here). If you sign up for our newsletter via the SurveyMonkey, you’re eligible to win a $25 Amazon gift card.

All the below nominees will be invited to attend the happy hour portion of NET/WORK (a $5 value!) and that’s where we’ll announce the winners. We’re looking for a tweet-length acceptance speech, winners. The NET/WORK Awards are bigger than the Grammys and, in our book, Beyonce always beats Adele. So get ready.

Best Side Project

Best Meetup Organizer

Best Tech Twitter Account


Best Coworking Manager

  • Michele Farquharson (Betamore)
  • Shervonne Cherry (Spark)
  • Jackie Albright (ETC)
  • Megan Elcrat (Co_Lab)
  • Pres Adams (Impact Hub)

Least Worst Recruiter

  • Allyson Greenlee (The Creative Group)
  • Torin Ellis (independent)
  • Joe Poplawski (Asymmetrik)
  • Paris Pittman (AOL)
  • Gary Ditto (WHO Staffing)

Best CTO

  • Amit Singh (Asymmetrik)
  • Chris Jeschke (Protenus)
  • Coleman Stavish (Prosica)
  • Gillian Henker (Sisu Global Health)
  • Alex Mathews (Fusiform)

Best Slack Channel

  • botsrcool
  • Dev Grrls
  • Spark Baltimore
  • Fastspot’s 404
  • #ama (Technically Slack)

Best Office Pet

Vote Jobs Board
Zack Seward

Zack Seward is Editor-in-Chief of Technical.ly, the local technology news network. Previously, Seward was the Innovations Reporter at WHYY and NewsWorks.org in Philadelphia. Before that, he worked at WXXI in Rochester, N.Y., as a reporter and editor for a statewide public radio reporting project. Seward is an alumnus of Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. He's originally from San Francisco and went to college in Chicago.


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