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Ernst & Young Reveals Entrepreneur of the Year Finalists

Ernst & Young LLP has announced the finalists for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award in Greater Washington.

According to Ernst & Young, “[The] group of outstanding entrepreneurs was selected by an independent judging panel made up of regional business, academic and community leaders.  The winners will be revealed at a gala event on June 24th at the Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner.”

“Entrepreneurship is especially vital as our nation recovers from recession, ” said Rene Salas Ernst & Young LLP Entrepreneur Of The Year Program Director for Greater Washington.  “These finalists create jobs in our area, encouraging healthy growth, development and innovation in the local economy.”

The Greater Washington finalists for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award in 2010 are:

Luke Hillier

ADS, Inc.

Wallace E. Boston, Jr.

American Public Education, Inc.

Kenneth Falke

A-T Solutions, Inc.

Ramu Potarazu

Avail-TVN

Krishnan Suthanthiran

Best Medical International, Inc.

Craig P. Abod

Carahsoft Technology Corp.

Richard Toren

CodeRyte, Inc.

Peter F. DiGiammarino

Compusearch Software Systems Inc.

Paul Logan

Contact Solutions, Inc.

John F. Speer, III

Datatel, Inc.

Kevin Parker

Deltek, Inc.

Mahfuz Ahmed

Digital Intelligence Systems Corp.

Rick Marcotte

DLT Solutions, Inc.

Anthony R. Jimenez

MicroTech

Amit Yoran

Nick Lantuh

NetWitness Corporation

Jody Tedesco

NJVC

Long Nguyen, Ph.D.

Pragmatics, Inc.

Greg Davies

Presidium Inc.

Kristina Bouweiri

Reston Limousine

Lynette Spano

SCI Consulting Services Inc.

David L. Bernd

Sentara Healthcare

Eric C. Anderson

Space Adventures, Ltd

Phillip E. Lantz

Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

Henry H. Graham

TNS, Inc.

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