HUNTSVILLE – Kimberly Byrge, CEO at Huntsville’s Ohio Technology Clearinghouse, has been nominated for Government Services Entrepreneur of the Year by The Catalyst Center for Business and Entrepreneurship.
The Government Services Entrepreneur of the Year award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the government contracting industry and have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in their work.
Byrge has been instrumental in OTC’s success, going from working inside the team for 20 years to mentoring under the previous owner and CEO, the company said.
“I am honored to be nominated for this prestigious award,” said Kimberly Byrge. “At OTC, we are dedicated to providing the highest level of service to our clients, being known for excellence, innovation, and collaboration, and this recognition is a testament to our hard work and commitment to those values.”
The Catalyst Center for Business and Entrepreneurship provides education, training, and resources to entrepreneurs and small businesses in Alabama.
“The nomination for Government Services Entrepreneur of the Year is a well-deserved recognition for Mrs. Byrge and the entire team at Ohio Technology Clearinghouse,” said a spokesperson for The Catalyst Center. “As a woman business owner and CEO, Mrs. Byrge is committed to creating opportunities for other women in business.”
Her position they said is why she also serves on the board of Women in Cyber Security’s North Alabama Chapter.
“She can help empower women and encourage them to succeed in their careers,” the spokesperson said.