ATLANTA, Nov. 9, 2010 –The Technology Executives Roundtable (TER), an association that consists of more than 100 CEOs, CFOs and general managers in Georgia’s technology community, announced today that it will honor Sig Mosley, president of Imlay Investments, with the John Imlay Leadership Award at an award ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. at Villa Christina in Atlanta.
The John Imlay Leadership Award recognizes and celebrates individuals that have shown exceptional leadership on behalf of the Georgia high-tech community. It is named in honor of John Imlay, Jr., chairman of Imlay Investments, who is credited with helping create two of Atlanta’s biggest tech industries – software and Internet security.
Since 1990, Mosley has served as the president of Imlay Investments, Inc., an Atlanta-based firm that makes direct equity investments in early-stage technology companies. As president, Mosley has helped fund more than 120 companies during the past two decades.
In addition, Mosley is director of The Imlay Foundation, Inc. and venture partner with Armada Venture Group. He has served on the board of directors for several companies, including Activate Systems, Inc., Contract Packaging, Inc., eRollover, eQuorum Corporation, Invistics Corporation, Kelly Registration, Inc., Photobooks, Inc., Pramana, LLC., Global Crypto, Inc., Skyway Software Inc., 2080 Media, Inc., Urjanet, Inc. and USBA Holdings, Inc. In 2007, he was inducted into the Georgia Technology Hall of Fame.
“Sig’s leadership has been a driving force in building and growing Georgia’s thriving technology industry,” said James Davis, president of the Technology Executives Roundtables. “Through years of hard work and dedication, Sig has guided hundreds of technology entrepreneurs and companies to success. It is a privilege to recognize him as TER’s first recipient of the John Imlay Leadership Award.”
For more information about the Technology Executives Roundtable (TER), visit http://www.ter-atlanta.com.
About Technology Executives Roundtable
Technology Executives Roundtable (TER) is an association for Georgia technology executives that provides CEOs, CFOs and general managers with the ability to maximize the value of companies through the exchange of top ideas, candid talk and a forum to share what is working, what is not and best practices to unlock business value. Monthly meetings feature speakers and panels of local and national experts covering topics such as strategic alliances, crisis management, non-conventional financing, M&A, intellectual property protection and other issues of interest to senior executives on company growth. For more information, visit www.ter-atlanta.com.