The GBTC handed out its Connector award last Thursday at its 2009 Tech Nite. Held at the Baltimore Convention Center, the event celebrated the organization's two decades working with Baltimore's technology companies.
Dave Troy, founder of Tedx Mid-Atlantic, Baltimore Beehive, Baltimore Angels, Roundhouse Technologies, Social DevCamp East, Popvox and a host of other enterprises and endeavors, is this year's Connector award recipient. Troy beat out Mike Subelsky, OtherInBox & Ignite Baltimore, and Neil Davis
of the Emerging Technology Centers.
According to the GBTC, the Connector award is given to the GBTC member who "gets it" – they are more than a volunteer; they CONNECT people. People to people, people to programs and they also get others involved. Award recipients are the person who brings clients, colleagues, friends and even prospects to GBTC programs – connecting them to others in our community. They make our community a better place by understanding the power of connecting.
Writer: Walaika Haskins