IntelliGenesis was ranked the #1 Small Workplace and the Top Workplace for Communication by The Baltimore Sun!
IntelliGenesis has been named one of the Washingtonian’s 50 Great Places to Work!
IG was chosen on the basis of various measures, including generous pay and benefits, challenging and interesting work, great work/life balance, opportunities to learn and grow, financial stability, commitment to charity and community, and the recognition and respect given to employees.
IntelliGenesis was named Baltimore Business Journal’s Best Place to Work for the 2nd year in a row!
On October 17th, members of the IG team attended the Baltimore Business Journal’s Best Places to Work award ceremony. During the ceremony, it was announced that IntelliGenesis won the 1st place award in the mid-size business category (51-250 employees)!
On October 2, 2013, Healthy Howard recognized IntelliGenesis as a Healthy Workplace. This is the second year in a row that IG has received the Bronze certification.
The Healthy Workplaces Program recognizes Howard County workplaces that are committed to improving employee health and well-being. As a certified Healthy workplace, IntelliGenesis demonstrates this commitment to our employees and serves as a role model for the community at large.
On August 21, 2013, Angie Lienert and members of the IG team attended the VIP List awards ceremony.
At this event, Angie was recognized by The Daily Record as a Very Important Professional, Successful by 40. This honor is awarded to Maryland leaders based on their professional accomplishments, a commitment to inspiring change in their community, and their tremendous accomplishments achieved before or by age 40.
IntelliGenesis was selected as a 2013 Baltimore Business Journal Best Places to Work!
That’s two years in a row! Thank you to all of our IG employees for your feedback on the survey!
Members of the IntelliGenesis Team in Georgia attended Military Appreciation Night at the Augusta Green Jackets baseball game on 20 July 2013. The Green Jackets won 4-1 against the Asheville Tourists. Everyone had a great time.
Baltimore, Md., June 21, 2013 — The Daily Record has named Angie Lienert, President, IntelliGenesis LLC to the 2013 VIP List — Very Important Professionals Successful by 40 awards.
The Daily Record created the VIP List in 2011 to recognize professionals 40 years of age and younger who have been successful in Maryland. Winners are selected on the basis of professional accomplishment, civic involvement and the impact of their achievements.
“Our 2013 VIP List winners are amazing individuals who have made an impact in their professional communities and certainly are people to watch,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “We celebrate our honorees’ accomplishments and hope that by telling their stories, other young professionals will be inspired.”
Winners of the Annual 2013 IntelliGenesis LLC, Neal Sullivan Memorial Scholarship in Technology
This year we celebrated with the three winners of our annual IntelliGenesis LLC, Neal Sullivan Memorial Scholarship with food and fun at Houlihan’s in Columbia. The winners were Owen McMahan, George Rought and Alexander Medeiros. All of these fine young men attend the Carroll County Career and Technology Center and we were very impressed with their academic accomplishments thus far and wish each of them much success in the future.
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.’”