August 4, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — Ernst & Young has announced finalists for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2014 Award in the Utah region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment to their businesses and communities, according to an EY press release.
Award winners will be announced at a special gala event on May 29 at the Grand America Hotel.
The nominees include A10 Capital, LLC, Jerry Dunn, CEO and principal; Air Medical Resource Group, Joseph Hunt, owner/president; Boostability, Rick Horsley, president and Travis Thorpe, CEO and Jared Turner, CTO; Cariloha, Jeff Pedersen, founder and CEO; Dome Technology, owner Barry South; England Logistics Inc., Jason Beardall, president; ENVE Composites, Sarah Lehman, CEO; Go Natural CNG and Auto Source Motors, Luke Kjar, CEO; Granger Medical Clinic, Mary Jane Pennington, president/pediatric physician; HireVue Inc., Mark Newman, founder and CEO; InsideSales.com, Dave Elkington, founder and CEO; Instructure, Josh Coates, CEO; IntegraCore LLC, Ted Broman, CEO; inthinc, Todd Follmer, CEO; and Jive Communications Inc., John Pope, CEO.
Other nominees are Peak Capital Partners, Jeff Burningham, Jeff Danley, and Jamie Dunn, founders and managing directors; Rakuten MediaForge, Tony Zito, CEO; the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, Scott Groene, executive director; ThomasARTS, Dave Thomas, CEO and problem solver; Upper Limit Aviation | Lois Reid, CEO, and Sean Reid, president; Veritas Funding, Elizabeth Roush, COO and Tim Roush, president and CEO; Volunteers of America-Utah, Kathy Bray, president and CEO; Woodbury Technologies Inc., Karen Woodbury, president and CEO; and YWCA Utah, Anne Burkholder, CEO.