IPaT Celebrates Two IPaT Members with STAR Award

<p>Shawn Imtiazuddin and Cynthia Moore</p>

Shawn Imtiazuddin and Cynthia Moore

Shawn Imtiazuddin and Cynthia Moore were recognized with the 2021-2022 Star Award from Georgia Tech’s Institute of People and Technology (IPaT). The IPaT Star Award is presented to members of the IPaT community who have made significant achievements contributing to the fulfillment of the mission of IPaT and of Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech faculty and staff are eligible for this award.

Shawn Imtiazuddin serves as the systems support engineer for IPaT handling a variety of technical tasks to support IPaT operations. Cynthia Moore serves as the assistant director for business operations and is part of IPaT’s leadership team.

According to Leigh McCook, interim executive director of IPaT, “Shawn worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic on all types of moves, including data center, offices, and more. Shawn shouldered an incredible amount on the operations side, and consistently performed to support our IPaT faculty and projects no matter the obstacles faced during these times. In addition, Shawn approached every project with a positive attitude and smile on his face. Thank you Shawn for your well deserved award!”

“Cynthia, despite losing several key personnel in finance, ensured all project financial administration was handled seamlessly while she took the lead role on recruiting and hiring. Due to the timing and nature of the marketplace, this meant that Cynthia had to take on more work and responsibilities during these times to keep IPaT running and successful than originally intended - and all of this in the midst of a major office move for IPaT- for that we sincerely thank Cynthia. In addition, she has been essential to this transition time and to helping the interim director and leadership team and IPaT staff to continue to provide the resources, services, and programs that IPaT delivers to faculty and staff across Georgia Tech. Thank you for all that you do Cynthia!”

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