Angie Lienert, President of IntelliGenesis LLC, headquartered in Columbia, MD, has just been named winner of the 2013 Women in Technology (WIT) Leadership Award in the Corporate: Public Sector Small Business category. WIT’s annual Leadership Awards honor the women in Greater Washington who connect, lead, and succeed in their professional endeavors.
These prestigious awards honor leading female professionals who have excelled as mentors and exemplified unique vision as well as embody the WIT mission. Winners were celebrated at a Banquet on April 18, at the Hyatt Regency in Reston.
The award recognizes exemplary leadership traits, an accelerated career, forward risk-taking, exceptional results in community-related work, and mentorship of women in the workplace. The other finalists in this category were Melissa Logsdon, CEO of Thermopylae Sciences and Tec Technology LLC and Kimberliey Wasko, Senior Vice President of The Moore Group.
Says Angie, “This is a very personal award. It means so much to be recognized for a program I believe in whole-heartedly. I am particularly happy for my fellow Women in Tech colleagues who are truly proving to be ‘architects of change in the technology industry.’”
The March 8-14, 2013 Edition of the Baltimore Business Journal announced their list of the 25 Largest Software Development Firms in the Baltimore Area. IntelliGenesis made their debut on the list at number 13.
The complete List is available to BBJ paid subscribers online, and in the print edition (Vol 30 No. 45). Pick up a copy to see all the details on us and the other 24 software companies in Greater Baltimore that made the list.
IntelliGenesis hosted a training event for Women In Technology (WIT) at the Columbia office on February 27th. The focus of the training was networking and tricks to remembering names.
A big thank you to all the women, and the event’s sponsor -M&T Bank’s Greg Smith, who attended WIT training. We had a great showing, learned some great tips and
practiced our networking skills. The benefits of attending these WIT events and networking sessions is to build confidence and expand your network in a comfortable environment.
Here are some of the helpful tips the trainer, Marcia, shared:
IntelliGenesis and Angie Lienert, President and CEO, have been named finalists for the Baltimore SmartCEO VOLTAGE and Women In Technology (WIT) Leadership Awards respectively.
SmartCEO’s VOLTAGE Awards celebrate the role that technology plays in our business community and the future impact the technology sector will have on our economic growth. As a finalist, IntelliGenesis will be profiled in the May issue of Baltimore SmartCEO magazine and will be celebrated at an awards ceremony on May 9, 2013 at the Westin, BWI.
The WIT Leadership Awards program honors outstanding women working in the Greater Washington, D.C. region who have exemplified unique vision, inspiring leadership and mentorship in the technology industry. Angie Lienert has been selected as a finalist in the Corporate Public Sector Small Business category for the 14th Annual WIT Leadership Awards. All finalists and winners will be recognized during an Awards banquet which will be held on April 18, 2013 at the Reston Hyatt.
IntelliGenesis was named a Future 50 Winner for the third year in a row!
Each year Smart CEO recognizes the 50 fastest growing companies in the Baltimore/Washington area, based on a three-year average of employee and revenue growth. These companies represent the future of the region’s economy and embody the spirit of leadership and success in their industries.
President and CEO, Angie Lienert, was profiled in the January 2013 issue of Baltimore Smart CEO magazine.
“This year, we moved from a partnership to a woman-owned business following the buyout of my founding partner. This has allowed us to renew our commitment to, and enthusiasm in, the original purpose of our company and to build the right team to go after and win prime contracts. We have also expanded our offices and our market space, allowing us to secure new partnerships.”
“A great leader has the ability to continue to succeed, even when faced with adversity. A great leader takes care of her people while making sure the company grows and develops. A great leader makes sure her front line troops get the support they need to do a great job. I make good decisions. I embrace challenges. I show up.”
IntelliGenesis thanks our amazing employees for helping us win this award three years running!
We are constantly recruiting and host job fairs on a regular basis. We don’t have any job fairs scheduled at this time. Check back often for our next job fair.
IntelliGenesis was recognized as a Howard County healthy workplace. We joined several area Howard County businesses on October 17, 2012 and received recognition for promoting employee health with certified health and wellness programs.
IntelliGenesis and Angie Lienert have been included in Baltimore Business Journal’s 2012 list of largest women-owned businesses in the Baltimore area. IG came in at number 23. This list was published in a recent issue of the Baltimore Business Journal as part of their Enterprising Women issue.
Says Angie, “It is gratifying to be included in this prestigious list this year. To be eligible, IG had to be headquartered in the Baltimore metro area and be at least 51 percent woman-owned. We are ranked by 2011 revenue and number of employees. But we are not resting on our laurels because we are looking forward to breaking into the top 20 next year!”
Angie received a significant honor at the 2012 Smart Brava event held at the American Visionary Arts Museum on July 11 when she was elected to the Smart CEO Brava Hall of Fame as the sole representative of her 2011 Class. Look for the profile and ad in the August issue of Smart CEO!
Angie says, “I am surprised and honored to receive this award. To be a member of this select group of successful women is inspiring. The Brava award reinforces the importance of mentoring and outreach programs for women.
“As a small business owner of a defense contracting company who specializes in technology, I have met few other women in my field, or indeed throughout my career. I believe that I am in a unique position to be a role model for other women who wish to pursue business ownership and I plan to continue to share my experiences and time as a mentor and coach.”
Why was Angie selected?
Winners of 2012 Chesapeake Regional Tech Council Award!
The seventh annual TechAwards honored the region’s rising tech companies, outstanding innovators and regional tech leaders. In recognition of the 20th Anniversary of the CRTC, the event paid homage to regional technology innovation over the past two decades while anticipating future milestones. The gala also marked the inauguration of a new award category, Future Innovator, which promotes excellence in technology advancement by a regional high school or college student.
IG won in the Best Place to Work Category. Angie Lienert was presented the award April, 2012.