Six Award Recipients honored at Women Technology Council Tech Awards
Salt Lake City, UT (September 27, 2009) – Enclavix™, LLC announced that Nicole Toomey Davis, the firm’s President and CEO, was honored with the Community Builder Award during the Women Tech Council’s Women Tech Awards. The full announcement can be found here.
About the Women Tech Awards:
Sixteen women were recognized at the second annual Women Tech Awards Ceremony, presented by Women Tech Council and MountainWest Capital Network, which recognizes technology-focused women who are driving innovation, leading technology companies, and are key contributors to the community. The sold out event was emceed by Shauna Lake of KUTV 2 News and Marguerite Hancock, Associate DIrector of Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship keynoted the event.
Six Award Recipients were announced. Award presenters from EnergySolutions, Ernst & Young, Epic Ventures, Novell, USTAR, and Workman Nydegger recognized the following women:
Carine Clark, Symantec – Leadership Excellence
Cindy L Snow, ContentWatch – Technology Trailblazer
Carolyn B. McClain, Novell – Technology Innovator
Angela Trego, Ph.D., P.E., ATK Systems – Rising Star
Nicole Toomey Davis, GOED – Community Builder
Cynthia Furse, Ph.D., U of U – Education Excellence
About the Women Technology Council:
Founded in 2007, the Women Tech Council provides mentoring, visibility and networking for women. The community is built for women who currently work for technology companies, and for those that may work for in technology roles in other market sectors.
About Enclavix, LLC
Enclavix accelerates innovation and entrepreneurship. A software company which applies artificial intelligence, machine intelligence and related technologies to extracting context and meaning from complex, big-data problems including unstructured data sets such as online resources. Enclavix focuses on technologies that 1) encourage and strengthen innovation and entrepreneurship and 2) make innovators and entrepreneurs more effective.