Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards Past Winners

The 2019 Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards take place on November 18, 2019, at the American Visionary Arts Museum. Register for tickets here. To nominate a company, go here.

See some of the companies and businesses that have been recognized for previous Bridging the Gap Awards:

Categories and winners of the 2018 Bridging the Gap Awards are:

Successful minority or women-owned business

  • D&L Cleanup, LLC
  • Global Air Media
  • I95 business
  • Intreegue Design
  • Mary Kraft Staffing and HR Solutions
  • MD Strategic Consulting
  • Optimal Health Care, Inc
  • Sarah Rose Public Relations
  • Timber Industries, LLC
  • Washington Software, Inc.

Partnership/strategic alliance that includes minority or women-owned businesses

  • Year Up Baltimore and Baltimore City Community College

Majority owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • BB&T
  • BGE

President’s Award

  • Harbor Bank

Also honored as Bridging the Gap Award finalists were:

Successful minority or women-owned business

  • Conscious Roundtable
  • Cultivated
  • Delmock Technologies, Inc.
  • Greenbridge Pottery
  • Higher Ground Transportation Services, Inc.
  • Lewis Contractors
  • Mid-Atlantic Region Minority Business Development Agency Advanced Manufacturing Center – Baltimore
  • Mother Goose on the Loose LLC
  • Road Safety, LLC
  • Root Branch Productions and Film Academy
  • TargetGov
  • The Pyatt Group, LLC

Partnership/strategic alliance that includes minority or women-owned businesses

  • PNC Bank and Baltimore Community Lending, Inc.

 


Categories and winners of the 2017 Bridging the Gap Awards are:

Successful minority or women-owned business

  • Boulevard Contractors Corp.
  • Breathe4Sure Pharmacy Solutions, LLC
  • Brown Rice Korean Grill
  • Celeebrate Us
  • CUPs Coffeehouse
  • Edwards and Hill Office Furniture
  • The Land of Kush
  • Maryland Family Network
  • McKissack and McKissack
  • Tegeler Source, LLC

Partnership/strategic alliance that includes minority or women-owned businesses

  • Coppin State University, Open Works and PNC Bank
  • Healthy Little Cooks and McCormick & Company Inc.
  • Kaiser Permanente and Maryland Women’s Expo

Majority owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • Bank of America

President’s Award

  • HMC Incorporated
  • Meridian Management Group, Inc.

Also honored as Bridging the Gap Award finalists were:

Successful minority or women-owned business

  • Diverse Concepts Inc.
  • Fashion Spa House, Inc.
  • Intreegue Design
  • Miracles-N-More Salon
  • Sheilia Lee and Associates Learning Everywhere
  • Studio 7 The Salon and Spa
  • William and Lanaea C. Featherstone Foundation

Partnership/strategic alliance that includes minority or women-owned businesses

  • Baltimore City Department of Public Works and Louis Berger
  • Morgan State University and Universities Space Research Association

Majority owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • Mutisensor Diagnostics
  • Southland Industries

 


Categories and winners of the 2016 Bridging the Gap Awards are:

Successful minority or women owned business

  • A-G Associates, Inc.
  • ArtsCentric, Inc.
  • P&J Contracting Company, Inc.
  • Staff Quest, Inc.
  • Strategy Horse Consulting Group
  • Yalcin Development

Partnership/strategic alliance that includes minority or women owned businesses

  • The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company/Mahogany, Inc.

Majority owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • Year Up Baltimore

President’s Award

  • Maryland State Senator Catherine E. Pugh
  • Miles and Stockbridge

Also honored as Bridging the Gap Award finalists were:

Successful minority or women owned business

  • C&S Jones Group, LLC
  • Fearless Solutions
  • Humdinger Enterprise, LLC
  • LaFaye Marshall, LLC
  • Light Health and Wellness Comprehensive Services, Inc.
  • Luis Construction Co., Inc.
  • MDV Interactive, Inc.
  • Root Branch Productions and Film Academy
  • Strum Contracting Company, Inc.
  • Symphony Placements

Partnership/strategic alliance that includes minority or women owned businesses

  • Blest Performance Solutions/Verizon Wireless
  • eSai, LLC/Lockheed Martin

Majority owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • Miles and Stockbridge
  • The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

 


Categories and winners of the 2015 Bridging the Gap Awards are:

Minority- /women-owned business for outstanding achievement

  • Carson Research Consulting
  • OGS Order Green Supply LLC
  • Symphony Placements
  • The Medical Home Development Group

Majority-owned business or business leaders demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Successful partnerships and strategic alliances

  • Alban CAT and eSai LLC, Reisterstown, Md.

President’s Award

  • Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine, Baltimore, Md.

Also honored as Bridging the Gap Award finalists were: Diva by Cindy; IMT Architecture and Design; JLN Construction; Learning Everywhere; On Demand Labor; PRM Consulting; and SRS, LLC.

 


Categories and winners of the 2014 Bridging the Gap Awards are:

Minority-owned/woman-owned business for outstanding achievement

  • Devaney and Associates
  • Juxtopia LLC
  • Mahan Rykiel Associates
  • Richman Associates, LLC
  • Sue Ann’s Office Supply
  • Urban Policy Development
  • Verve Partnership

Majority-owned business or business leader demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • BGE
  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Successful partnerships and strategic alliances

  • Black Classic Press/BCP Digital Printing and Pearson
  • SRB Communications and BGE
  • Turner Construction Company, Cain Contracting Company and Essex Construction Company

President’s Award

  • University of Maryland Medical System

Also honored as Bridging the Gap Award finalists were:

Minority-owned or woman-owned businesses: Absolute Staffers; Axiom Engineering Design; Dejuan Enterprises, LLC; Express Brokers Realty, Inc.; JLN Construction Services, LLC; Medical Home Development Group; Plexus Installations, Inc.; Sheila Lee and Associates, LLC; Urban Psychological Services; and Waddy Accounting.

Majority-owned business that show leadership in the area of inclusive practices: Turner Construction Company.

Partnerships and strategic alliances: Plexus Installations, Inc. and Veolia Energy Baltimore Heating, LLP.

 

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