Geekadelphia teamed up with Generocity and Technical.ly on Sunday to host the sixth annual Philly Geek Awards, which this year handed out 14 awards to the city’s most deserving geeks.
Among the winners: Azavea’s Kathryn Killebrew, who took home the coveted Geek of the Year award, as well as ROAR For Good’s Yasmine Mustafa, who nabbed the Technologist of the Year award for 2016.
Awards were also handed out for topics including Game of the Year, Movement of the Year, and Startup of the Year, among others. Shutout to our very own:
Technologist of the Year: Yasmine Mustafa, CEO of ROAR for Good, which creates wearable tech with a self-defense focus.
Startup of the Year: BioBots, which builds 3D printers that print biological material.
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