Raleigh Business Awarded $2 Million Contract with NASA
The company, led by President Nannette Stangle-Castor, Ph.D., provides strategic and operational guidance to NASA Glenn Research Center’s Technology Transfer Office (TTO) based in Cleveland, Ohio, helping it effectively transfer its technologies and expertise to the commercial sector, academia and other government agencies.
“The experience, strategy and insight the InnoVector Tech team brings is helping our office effectively and efficiently transfer NASA Glenn’s technologies into commercial use and simultaneously engaging our inventors and external partners to maximize the impact of taxpayer-funded innovations,” said Kim Dalgleish-Miller, chief of the NASA Glenn TTO.
Over the next five years, InnoVector Tech will partner with consulting firm Grid1T to help NASA with strategy development, licensing support, marketing and other services.
About InnoVector Tech
Founded in January 2004, InnoVector Tech is a Certified Economically-Disadvantaged Women Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) providing clients with management consulting, strategic communication services, training and mentoring. President Nannette Stangle-Castor, Ph.D., and her team encourage clients to think and act with intention making a greater impact through the design and alignment of strategy and communication. The company serves diverse clientele: government agencies, non-profits, healthcare organizations and small businesses. Additional information can be found at www.innovectortech.com.
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