The NGLAs are designed to salute the region’s young professionals under the age of 40 for significant accomplishments in their chosen professional field, demonstrated leadership, as well as their contribution to the community.
The LEGACY Leadership organization encourages young leaders, who embrace the principles of meaningful participation, effective citizenship and extraordinary imagination, to unite in an effort to enhance the quality of life and economic well-being in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati communities.
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Nominees are judged by a panel of community leaders and experts in each of 10 distinct categories. Judges select three finalists in each category. Recognition of finalists and the announcement of the winner in each category takes place at the annual NGLA program and dinner, which will take place on Thursday, July 16, 2015 at the Madison Event Center in Covington, Kentucky.
Nick Enger Bio Clip:
After graduation from college eight years ago, Nick Enger entered the telecom industry and quickly established himself as a rising star. Known for his unique combination of technical expertise and relationship skills, it didn’t take Enger long to develop an impressive client base at ATC. Recently, Enger spearheaded a large, noteworthy engagement with St. Elizabeth Physicians.
Serving as St. Elizabeth’s agent of record, Enger conducted a massive telecom audit, including network services that covered all 77 of St. Elizabeth’s locations. Post audit, Enger successfully managed St. Elizabeth’s deployment of a fully hosted, unified VoIP phone system—an investment that constituted $4 million over the course of 5 years. Other notable clients within Nick’s portfolio include Lykins Oil Company, Prasco, Trustaff, Legion Logistics, Eagle Loan Company, and Mike’s Carwash.
In addition, Enger has accelerated his professional development by seeking accreditation and serving with leading professional associations. He is a Certified Telecom Professional (CTP) through the Technology Channel Association (TCA). He is also the secretary of the board of trustees for the TCA and sits on CompTIA’s Unified Communications Executive Council.