Beah Burger-Lenehan’s acceptance speech was a pitch. Of course.
Burger-Lenehan, Ticketleap’s VP of Product, won Technologist of the Year at the first-ever Rad Awards. She pitched Met, Ticketleap’s new mobile app for keeping track of people you meet in real life. Met’s debut is timed with this year’s Philly Tech Week (here’s how to get it).
The Rad Awards, a project from PhillyVoice editor Leah Kauffman and her site Rad Girls, honored women in tech, academia and activism last Saturday at the Dreaming Building in Northern Liberties.
Find a full list of winners below.
Technologist Of The Year
- Beah Burger-Lenehan: VP of Product, Ticketleap
Artist Of The Year
- Darla Jackson, Sculpture Gym
Designer of The Year
- Yesenia Perez-Cruz, Intuitive
Nonprofit Of The Year
- Gearing Up Philadelphia
Educator Of The Year
- Eileen R. Heisman: President and CEO of National Philanthropic Trust
Product Of The Year
- Morgan Berman, MilkCrate Philly
Connector Of The Year
- Desiree Peterkin Bell: Communications Director, Office of the Mayor
Innovator Of The Year
- Jasmine T. Morrell, Spirited Tattooing
Storyteller Of The Year
- Heidi Saman, Namour Film
Entrepreneur Of The Year
- Elyse DiMauro and April Nett, Menagerie Coffee
Activists of The Year
- Women’s Medical Fund
Rad Guy Of The Year
- Chris Bartlett, William Way Community Center
Rad Girl Of The Year
- Donna Frisby-Greenwood, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
— Technical.ly Philly (@TechnicallyPHL) April 19, 2015