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netlogx Named Small Business Winner of the 2020 Inspire Award
Luncheon Benefiting College Mentors for Kids Celebrated the Power of Mentoring in the Workplace

INDIANAPOLIS (March 2, 2020) netlogx, a highly-awarded, Indianapolis-based consulting services firm, is proud to announce they have been named the small business winner for the 2020 Inspire Awards, an annual event designed to celebrate mentoring in the workplace and community. The organization received the recognition during a luncheon on Feb. 27, 2020 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis in which proceeds benefited College Mentors for Kids.

“Mentoring transforms lives and is woven into the very fabric of netlogx’ organizational structure,” said Audrey Taylor, CEO and founder of netlogx. “As a woman-owned business, we are incredibly honored to receive this recognition and to have the opportunity to celebrate with all of the finalists a culture of mentoring and its impact on our community.”

A winner in each category was announced and recognized for their commitment to mentoring in the workplace and community. These individuals and organizations have made a difference in the careers and lives of others by providing support, advice, and guidance through mentoring.

One nominator said of an individual finalist, “He made us dive deep into ourselves to help us learn more about who we are as individuals so that we could figure out how we could be better coworkers and leaders.” An organizational finalist explained how, through their mentoring program, “the company is focusing on developing the person as a whole and investing in the whole person, not just the professional or work aspect.”

At the luncheon, College Mentors honored Lisa E. Harris, M.D., Chief Executive Officer at Eskenazi Health, with the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award for her powerful mentoring and active leadership in the local community. College Mentors also recognized Alex Blubaugh, Operations Manager at Eli Lilly, with the Inspiring Alumni Award for exemplifying the values of College Mentors beyond graduation.

Inspire Awards Finalists included:

Individual Finalists – Not for Profit

  • Angela Powell, Otterbein SeniorLife
  • Ernest Disney-Britton, Arts Council of Indianapolis
  • Imelda Oglesby, City of Indianapolis, Dept. of Public Works
  • Michael Berkery, Indiana State Fairgrounds Event Center
  • Randall Shepard, I.U.’s Public Policy Institute
  • Rebecca Hutton, Leadership Indianapolis  (Winner)

Individual Finalists – For Profit

  • Dave Graber, Ontario Systems
  • Mark Caswell, KSMc
  • Mark Chamberlain, Lakeside Wealth Management  (Winner)
  • Tyler Foxworthy, Vertex Intelligence

Individual Finalists – Youth Mentoring

  • Brooke Kandel-Cisco, Butler University
  • Greg Wiggan, UNC Charlotte
  • Dedrick Murphy, Murphy Mentoring Group Inc.
  • Heather Jones, Corteva
  • Larry Markle, Eskenazi Health  (Winner)

Workplace Mentoring Award – Small Business

  • 500 Festival, Inc
  • Netlogx – (Winner)
  • Secured Tech Solutions
  • USA Football
  • Westfield Chamber of Commerce

Workplace Mentoring Award – Large Business

  • Corteva
  • Endress + Hauser USA
  • Old National Bank – (Winner)
  • Ontario Systems
  • The Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI

To learn more about netlogx, visit the website. For more information about the Inspire Awards and College Mentors for Kids, please visit www.collegementors.org/inspire-awards.