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2015 Business Leadership of the Year

Diana L. Burley

2014 Academic Leadership of the Year

Roy Burgess

2014 Government Leadership of the Year

Cypherpath

2014 Business Leadership of the Year

Glenn Dietrich

2013 Academic Leadership of the Year

Margaret Maxson

2013 Government Leadership of the Year

Jay Bavisi

2013 Business Leadership of the Year

Michael E. Whitman

2012 Academic Leadership of the Year

Howard A. Schmidt

2011 Founder's Award

Vera Zdravkovich

2011 Academic Leadership of the Year

Ernest McDuffie

2011 Government Leadership Award

Gregory White

2011 Academic Leadership of the Year

Ron Dodge

2010 Founder's Award

Matthew Bishop

2009 Founder's Award

Michael J. Jacobs

2005 Founder's Award

Cynthia Irvine

2004 Founder's Award

Daniel Ragsdale

2004 Founder's Award

Daniel Ryan

2003 Founder's Award

Richard Clarke

2002 Founder's Award

Eugene H. Spafford

2001 Founder's Award

William Hugh Murray

2000 Founder’s Award

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