Hall of Fame

The Apparo Hall of Fame recognizes leaders who truly believe that technology can change the world of nonprofits and who have made significant contributions to the mission of Apparo. Inductees are selected from the business, technology and nonprofit communities. They have a long-term relationship with Apparo and are instrumental in Apparo's success in the Charlotte area and beyond.  

The Hall of Fame was launched as the NPower Hall of Fame in 2010. It became the Apparo Hall of Fame with rebranding in 2012.

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Above: 2017 Apparo Hall of Fame Inductees (Cam Faison, left; T.J. Eberle, right)

2018 Inductee:
Carol Hardison, CEO, Crisis Assistance Ministry

2017 Inductees:
Cam Faison, CIO, Charlotte Pipe and Foundry
T.J. Eberle, President, Shoeless Enterprises

2016 Inductees:
Steve Hagood, CIO, Ingersoll Rand
Deb Watt, CIO, Foundation for the Carolinas

2015 Inductees:
Betsy Sleight Dupree, former Principal, North Highland
Bob Sanchez, former Partner, SunGard

2013 Inductee:
Mike Goodson, Partner, Accenture

2012 Inductee:
Chris Meade, Past Executive Director and Co-Founder of NPower Charlotte Region

2011 Inductees:
Toni Freeman, Director, Mecklenburg Citizens for Public Education
Gary Langford, Chief Financial Officer, Nexxus Lighting
Cyndee Patterson, President, Lynnwood Foundation and Duke Mansion
John Pesavento, Partner, Accenture
Brian Scott, In Memorium
Dianne Scott, Retired Executive Director, Rowan Helping Ministries
Vance Stine, President, Sifford-Stine Insurance

2010 Inductees:
Dow Bauknight, Former Executive Director, NPower Charlotte Region
Chuck Beam, VP of IT Operations Applications, Duke Energy
Laura Belcher, Chief Financial Officer, Arts and Science Council
Kevin Collins, Microsoft’s General Manager, East Region Managed Partners