CTC Technology & Energy has been selected to receive the prestigious Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Award. This program is designed to acknowledge and pay tribute to outstanding women and minority business owners in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. The awards ceremony will take place at the Inn and Conference Center at University of Maryland University College in Adelphi, Maryland on November 6th.
“CTC is proud to be recognized as a Top 100 minority business,” said Joanne Hovis, President. “For more than 25 years, we have been providing quality services to governmental, educational, medical, and non-profit entities across the region and the nation.”
CTC Technology & Energy is a woman-owned, small business founded in 1983 and headquartered in Kensington, Maryland with satellite offices in other states. The firm provides communications engineering and technology consulting services for the public sector. CTC has worked with the full range of existing and emerging technologies to provide services in technology planning; communications network assessment and implementation; and project management.
A panel of distinguished judges chose finalists based on entrepreneurs that demonstrated outstanding achievement in four key areas: eligibility, entrepreneurship, professionalism and community contributions. This year’s ceremony host organizations are the University of Maryland University College, Southwest Airlines, the Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs and the Maryland Department of Transportation.
“CTC represents the best of what our region’s minority business community has to offer,” said Sharon R. Pinder, founder of the Top 100 MBE Awards Ceremony. “This award is the culmination of sacrifice, dedication and hard work and will inspire future minority business entrepreneurs to strive for the same level of success.”
To obtain tickets for the 2008 Top 100 Awards Ceremony or for a complete listing of this year’s winners, please visit: www.top100mbe.com