Managing and successfully growing her own business since 2008 and living out her work and daily life according to a set of strong core value results in Cathy Coloff, Managing Member of IT Radix being named a finalist in the Leading Women’s Entrepreneurs Class of 2015. “I am thrilled to be a finalist,” reports Coloff.

The 2015 finalists were selected by The Leading Women Entrepreneurs Initiative in partnership with New Jersey Monthly Magazine. The list is made up of female entrepreneurs who support numerous non-profits, are employing thousands, generating billions and represent a variety of industries. The impact they have in New Jersey and its local communities is amazing. In the past decade plus, women are starting their own companies at twice the rate of their male counterparts. This recognition presents phenomenal exposure for their efforts.

After analyzing hundreds of entries, an independent committee selected the initial finalists for phase one of the competition who were judged in four areas: Market Potential, Innovation, Advocacy for Women, and Community Involvement. Finalists are then automatically submitted for phase two of the competition. This list will be further analyzed by the Advisory Board to assist in selecting the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs who will be recognized at a cocktail reception on November 16, 2015 at the Liberty House in Jersey City, NJ. Click here to learn more.

About Leading Women Entrepreneurs:

Leading Women Entrepreneurs is a media and events company that recognizes outstanding women business owners. The mission is to create a sustainable, ongoing environment that brings leaders together and showcases their attributes and contributions.

About IT Radix:

IT Radix is a woman-owned business, with a staff of over 20 professionals, based in Whippany NJ which provides computer consulting and IT Outsourcing for small and medium sized businesses in NJ. Services include: On Demand and flat rate computer support, IT projects, managed IT services, network security, email and web solutions.

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