Tech Nite Nominees & Winners 2001-2020

Below is a listing of past Tech Nite Nominees from 2016 to 2019. The winners are indicated in orange. To view all years (2001-2019) see the pdf version: SVTC past Tech Nite winners and nominees 2001-2020 (pdf).

Award Category2021202020192018
Emerging Business AwardCaf2Code

ÖI Dominion Beer and Exploration Club

Traipse Inc. | My Local Token

Sproutly, LLC

Traipse, Inc.

Checked In, LLC

IT Decisions

Ryzing Technologies

Tributum Tax, LLC

Workplaceless

ConvergentAI

E-N Computers

Raincrow Studios, LLC

Vohtr, Inc.

Innovation in Utilization AwardValley Guard Supply

Virginia Eagle Distributing

E-N Computers, Inc.

Interchange Group, Inc.

SEGRA

Cub Run Dairy, LC

Matchbox Realty & Management Services, Inc.

Bank Design and Equipment

Canvex LLC

Dr. John Noftsinger
Leadership Award
Joanie Eiland

Pam Carter

Phyllis Friesen, Design Concrete Builders Inc.

Tom Lundquist, Staunton City Schools

Anne Marchant, Shenandoah University

Angela Deitz, Augusta County Public Schools

Karrin Lukacs, Shenandoah University

Ian MacRae, E-N Computers

Toni Sheets, Harrisonburg City Public Schools

Nick Swayne; JMU X-Labs, 4-Virginia

Richie Crim / Lord Fairfax Community College

Ron Perry / grep Innovation

Danielle Ross / Netsmart Technologies/Valley Community Services Board

Innovation in
Education K-12 Award
Harrisonburg City Public Schools

Shenandoah County Public Schools

Staunton City Schools

Andrei Dacko, Valley Career and Technical Center

Diana Flick, Harrisonburg City Public Schools

Lisa Gibson, Shenandoah County Public Schools

Ryan Hall, Valley Makers Association

Jennifer LaBombard-Daniels, Shenandoah University

Massanutten Technical Center E-SOC

Blue Ridge Community College’s Technology Camps

Jeff Burner, Shenandoah County Public Schools

Clay Chandler, Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center

Andrei Dacko, Valley Career and Technical Center

Angela Deitz, Augusta County Public Schools

Katie Horst, Stuart Hall School

Madison Lucas-Corbett, Alleghany County Public School

Heather Lupton, Warren County Public Schools

Brittany Miller, Winchester Public Schools Perry

Shank, Harrisonburg City Public Schools

Mary Heishman / Staunton City Public Schools

Eric Johnston / Page County Public Schools

Chris Martin / Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School

Christine Richmond / Shenandoah County Public Schools

Amy Sabarre / Harrisonburg City Public Schools

Brian Thomas / Frederick County Public Schools

Innovation in Higher Education AwardBlue Ridge Community College

Shenandoah University ESports

BizLab

GO Virginia Cybersecurity Program

Autonomous Cart (JACart) Research Group

Shenandoah University

AR/VR Healthcare Simulation Course

GO Virginia Cyber Security Program, Blue Ridge Community College

Computer Science Program, Lord Fairfax Community College

E-Sports Program, Shenandoah University

JMU X-Labs

Lord Fairfax Community College / “We’re Open” Initiative

SU Center for Immersive Learning

Innovation in
Development Award
Augmented Reality Collaboration, withSimplicity & JMU X-Labs

FlatHat, LLC

Heifetz International Music Institute

Bryan Tool & Machining

QuickFix

Shentel

BarTrack, Inc

Budget Referee

Chiedo Labs

HYDRA Systems

JMU Center for International Stabilization and Recovery (CISR)

TaxToken

Community Impact AwardGenerate Impact

Pale Fire Helps

Shenandoah Valley Partnership

Staunton Innovation Hub

Generate Impact

Horizons Edge Sports Campus

Valley Makers Association


Exploring Rockingham’s Past (a collaboration between Rockingham County Circuit Court and JMU History & JMU Libraries

United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County

United Way Northern Shenandoah Valley – Valley Assistance Network

Curren Media Group

Explore More Discovery Museum

Shenandoah Valley Workforce Development Board, Inc.

People’s Choice AwardCaf2CodeMassanutten Technical Center E-SOCToni Sheets, Harrisonburg City Public Schools Christine Richmond / Shenandoah County Public Schools

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