The Maryland Tech Council announced the finalists for its 30th anniversary industry awards.
Finalists for chief executive officer of the year are Paul Green, chief executive officer, G2; Phil Green, chief executive officer, Innoplex; Stephen Hoffman, chief executive officer, Sanaria; John Shetrone, president and chief executive officer, Vision Technologies; and Doug Ward, chief executive officer, Personal Genome Technologies.
Finalists for financial executive of the year are Jen Leroux, chief operating officer, Snag-A-Slip; Jon Pilon, chief financial officer, Federal Resource Supply Co.; Robert Wilson, chief financial officer, Innoplex; and Laurence Zuriff, chief financial officer, Xometry.
Other finalists are:
Emerging company of the year: HelioCampus, Protenus, RightEye, Vigene and Xometry.
Government contracting company of the year: CNSI, GRSi, Knight Sky, SA-TECH and VariQ.
Life science company of the year: Intralytix, Paragon Bioservices, Personal Genome Diagnostics, REGENXBIO and TissueGene.
Technology company of the year: Dataprise, DP Solutions, Mindgrub, Plan B Technologies, Sonatype and Vision Technologies.
Winners will be announced May 17.