GBC honors winners of Bridging the Gap Awards
The Greater Baltimore Committee honored 13 winners of 2013 Bridging the Gap
Awards for outstanding achievement by minority-owned and women-owned
businesses and for exemplary support of minority business development
during November 14 awards ceremonies at the Grand Historic Venue in
Bridging the Gap finalists in four award categories are:
Achievement by a minority- or woman-owned business
- ACL Computers and Software, Inc.
- Axiom Engineering Design
- Baltimore Window Factory
- BottomLine Growth Strategies, Inc.
- Daytner Construction Group
- Intelect Corporation
- Proove Biosciences, Inc.
Majority-owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices
- Bon Secours Health System, Inc.
- TargetGov and bwtech@UMBC Research and Technology Park
- Stephanie Hill, president, Lockheed Martin IS&GS-Civil
- Senator Verna Jones-Rodwell
Also recognized as award finalists were:
- Keller Professional Services, Baltimore Md., for business achievement;
- REJ & Associates, Baltimore, Md., for business achievement;
- Sheila Lee & Associates, LLC, Baltimore, Md., for business achievement;
- RK&K Engineers, Baltimore, Md., as a majority-owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices;
- University of Maryland Medical System, as a majority-owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices;
- Mimar McKissick Education, for its majority-owned/minority-owned partnership or strategic alliance;
- Johns Hopkins Medicine and Mahogany, Inc., for its majority-owned/minority-owned partnership or strategic alliance;
The GBC also recognized Renee Sprow, director of the Maryland Small
Business Development Technology Resource Center, as a finalist for the