Texas’ largest technology trade association, Tech Titans, has selected the finalists for its annual awards gala honoring masters of technology and innovation.
From school teachers to large company executives, Tech Titans has nominated leading candidates who are shaping the tech industry. Awards recognize emerging startups, corporate leaders, and future experts.
AT&T and Capital One are among companies up for the Corporate Innovation Award, and Bottle Rocket is nominated for the Emerging Company Innovation Award.
The Dallas Entrepreneur Center CEO and Co-founder Trey Bowles and Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas CEO Jennifer Bartkowski are included in the nominees for the Technology Advocate Award.
High school math and science teachers from Frisco ISD, Wylie ISD, Richardson ISD and the Alcuin School are nominated for one of the Tech Titans of the Future Awards. The university level of the award recognizes college professors whose nominees include professors from The University of Texas at Dallas, Texas A&M University-Commerce, and Southern Methodist University.
The Tech Titans Gala is on Aug. 25 at the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West Hotel. A reception starts at 5:30 p.m., and the award ceremony begins at 7 p.m.
For a complete list of finalists, visit techtitans.org/pages/award-finalists.