NCET names Shari Pomerantz, Mitchell Awisus to board

The Nevada Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET) announced the election of two new board members, Shari Pomerantz and Mitchell Awisus. NCET is a member-supported nonprofit that produces educational and networking events to help people explore businesses and technology in Northern Nevada.

 “We are thrilled to be welcoming Shari and Mitchell to the NCET Board of Directors,” said NCET President and CEO Sarah Johns. “NCET continues to grow and will greatly benefit from the expertise and knowledge they both bring to our organization.”

 Shari Pomerantz will serve as the VP of Email Services - Biz Bite/Biz Café, where she will help to grow and promote NCET’s monthly Biz Bite and Biz Café events through digital marketing campaigns. She is the founder of Moonwake Creative, a marketing strategy and design firm focused on helping companies connect with their audiences and improve their messaging. 

“It’s an exciting time to be a part of the Northern Nevada business community,” said Shari Pomerantz. ““There’s so much growth and potential in our local companies. NCET does a fantastic job of supporting them through skills-focused Biz Bite/Biz Café events and featuring their work in the Tech Wednesday series. I’ve learned so much by attending these events and look forward to helping NCET get the word out as a Board Member!”

 Mitchell Awisus will serve as the VP of Data and Analytics, where he will analyze data to help NCET achieve success in marketing and membership drives. Mitchell is a Digital Media Specialist at the Estipona Group, where he helps companies use digital data to develop strategies that support their goals.

 “I am very excited to join the NCET board where I will help to drive innovation, data analysis, and strategic decision making for our members and our events,” said Mitchell Awisus. “NCET touches so many parts of business and technology in Northern Nevada and I am so grateful for the opportunity to help make a positive impact in our community.”

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