NVTC honors top D.C. area tech financiers, CFOs
- By David Hubler
- Jun 05, 2012
The Northern Virginia Technology Council announced Monday evening the winners of the 2012 Greater Washington Technology CFO Awards.
Now in its 16th year, the NVTC-produced awards are a joint endeavor of Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Chairmanship of the event rotates among the four accounting firms.
The annual event, which recognizes chief financial officers and financiers for achievement and excellence in promoting the development of the Greater Washington region's technology community, was held at the Ritz Carlton at Tysons Corner, Va.
This year’s winners and finalists are:
Financier of the Year
Winner: Don Rainey, Grotech Ventures
- Jonathan Aberman, Amplifier Ventures
- James Hunt The MITA Group and Blu Venture Investors
- Tige Savage, Revolution Ventures
- Tom Weithman, CIT GAP Funds
Emerging Growth CFO of the Year
Winner: Aaron Thompson, Contact Solutions
- David Samuels, Bioscan
- Usman Shakir, Berico Tehcnologies
- Ann Thompson. Three Pillar Global
- Melinda Warren, Vistronix
Private Company CFO of the Year:
Winner: Michael Avon, Millenial Media
- Craig Adler, DLT Solutions
- John Bax, LivingSocial
- Doug Butler, Latisys
- Rick Nadeau, SRA International
Public Company CFO of the Year:
Winner: Paul Lalljie, Neustar
- Tom Mutryn, CACI
- Brian Radecki, CoStar Group
- Jim Tholen, BroadSoft
The Michael G. Devine Hall of Fame Award, which recognizes contributions to the Greater Washington region's technology business community during the course of a career, was presented to AOL co-founder and Revolution Chairman and CEO Steve Case.
David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.