The Nashville Technology Council has been awarded an $850,000 state grant to team up with Nashville State Community College on post-secondary degree and certificate programs in the area. The Labor Education Alignment Program money will help the Tech Council team deliver more skilled IT professionals to the market. Also winning a LEAP grant was the North Tennessee Workforce Board, which includes Sumner and Williamson counties as well as nine others to the west of Nashville.
The Nashville Technology Council has rolled out the nominees for its annual awards program. Up for company of the year are Rustici Software, Medalogix and Digital Reasoning while executives from HCA, Healthways and Sarah Cannon are in the running to be named CIO of the year. Nominated for innovator of the year: Tiffany Woosley of Homeland, Dan Hogan of Medalogix and Anthony Montgomery of LPS Integration.
The full list, which also features categories honoring data scientists and educators, is available here.
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