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Here are the finalists for Maryland Tech Council’s 2020 Industry Awards Celebration

The nominees are in categories honoring CEOs as well as life science and tech companies. Winners are scheduled to be announced on May 13.

Gov. Larry Hogan announces the Maryland Tech Council in January 2017. (Photo by Stephen Babcock)

The Maryland Tech Council this week announced the finalists for its annual Industry Awards Celebration.

“This year’s Industry Awards Celebration nominations were amazing with respect to their accomplishment and the value that they bring their respective industries and clients,” read a statement from IAC co-chairs Tony Deflumeri, the Atlantic region director of business development for BDO, and Howard S. Rothman, VP of J.P. Morgan Securities.

The winners are scheduled to be revealed at a celebration on May 13 at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center. The event, which attracts more than 600 executives from the technology and life sciences communities, celebrates individuals and companies who have made a significant impact in their industry.

Check out the finalists for MTC’s 2020 Industry Awards Celebration:

Chief Executive Officer of the Year

  • Margot Connor, CEO at Frederick-based RoosterBio
  • Stephen Hoffman, M.D., chief executive and scientific officer at Rockville-based Sanaria
  • Tina Kuhn, president and CEO at Elkridge-based CyberCore Technologies
  • Angie Lienert, president and CEO of Columbia-based IntelliGenesis
  • Tom Matzzie, founder and CEO at D.C.-based CleanChoice Energy

Emerging Life Sciences Company of the Year

  • Adaptive Phage Therapeutics, based in Gaithersburg
  • Innovative Cellular Therapeutics, Inc., based in Rockville
  • Longeviti, based in Cockeysville
  • Precigen, based in Germantown
  • RoosterBio, based in Frederick

Emerging Technology Company of the Year

  • Attila Security, based in Columbia
  • Balti Virtual, based in Baltimore’s Port Covington
  • Curbio, based in Potomac
  • Machfu, based in Rockville
  • Protenus, based in Baltimore’s Fells Point

Government Contracting Company of the Year (below $50 million)

  • Bridges, based in Hanover
  • Fearless, based in downtown Baltimore
  • IntelliGenesis, based in Columbia
  • MissionSide, based in D.C.
  • RELI Group, Inc., based in Baltimore
  • Ridgeline International, based in Tysons Corner, Virginia

Government Contracting Company of the Year ( above $50 million)

  • CALIBRE Systems, Inc., based in Alexandria, Virginia
  • CyberCore Technologies, based in Elkridge
  • GRSi, based in Frederick
  • Infosys, based in Rockville
  • TISTA, based in Rockville

Life Science Company of the Year

  • Autolus Therapeutics, based in Rockville
  • BD Life Sciences-Integrated Diagnostic Solutions
  • Emergent BioSolutions, based in Rockville
  • REGENXBIO, based in Rockville
  • Viela Bio, based in Gaithersburg

Technology Company of the Year

  • Applied Technology Services, Inc., based in Middle River
  • Cyber Reliant Corp., based in Annapolis
  • LuminUltra Technologies Inc., based in Baltimore
  • Vision Technologies, Inc., based in Glen Burnie

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