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  • 1. 1st place - 30 votes - David AvilaBio: I am a native Texan with a Graphic Design backgroundwho married a Pastry Chef. She studies Natural Organic localingredients which made me aware of where food comesfrom. It totally changed the way I eat. This led me to designa Food App called "iDave" for the iPhone 4S. Designed withSiri in mind, "iDave" is a visual food app that features myfavorite local cuisine. Select one of myrecommendations, give Siri the address and youll be guidedto a location where you will experience fresh, local Austinfood at its finest. Go Local, e my friends. 1
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  • 3. 2nd place - 19 votes - Margot RochonBio: Margot Rochon first came to Austin, Texas on a scholastic field-tripas a sophomore of San Antonios Burbank High School. By this time inher life, Margot had already visited many cities across the U.S.--fromWashington D.C. to San Diego, California--but she immediately knewthat there was just something different about Austin. This was, in fact,her first experience with love at first sight. Although she was uncertainwhat she wanted "to be" when she grew up, she was entirelyconvicted that it was going to start with enrollment at the University ofTexas at Austin. In the fall of 2000, Margot (thrilled to be resettled inAustin at last!) enrolled at UT Austin where studied Radio, Television,and Film while living in the local co-ops. Following her tenure at UT,she worked for two years in live music video production for the nowdefunct Austin Music Network and currently works in Media Servicesfor the local community college, ACC.Having picked up a crayon to draw pictures before she could even spellher name, Margot has had a life-long love of all things art and hasdabbled in several artistic mediums--in particular she enjoys lifedrawing, painting, and graphic design. Recently, her interests in art,technology, and the emergent landscape of social media in the digitalage came to a crossroads with the opportunity to design a logo for theAustin chapter of Social Media Club (SMC). Having researched otherSMC chapter logos, Margot decided to pursue a somewhatconservative aesthetic approach--one that did not stray far from theestablished logo aesthetic of most chapters, but that still capturediconic elements unique to the city she has called home since the dawnof the new millennium.When not playing around with media and/or the web, Margot can befound walking her dog along Ladybird Lake (which she still thinks of asTown Lake) or munching on a Brushfire taco at Torchys. 3
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  • 5. 3rd place - 15 votes – Rennie PalmerBio: Ive been a professional graphic designer for more than 10 years.(Heres a link to my graphic design portfolio if youre interested inchecking out some of what I do:http://www.coroflot.com/rennie_palmer). In addition to working part-time for a small shipping and printing business in Round Rock, I alsofreelance as a graphic designer. I moved from New Orleans to Austinwith my husband in mid 2011. Only a few years earlier I had made thebig move to the USA from Australia to marry my husband.One of the chief reasons my husband and I moved to Austin is its greatreputation for being so small-business friendly. That’s perfect for thesmall start-up publishing business we launched upon arrival(www.littlefrogpublishing.com). We have already taken advantage ofmany free or low-cost seminars, workshops, clubs (including the SocialMedia Club), and networking meet-ups. We love it here and wereenjoying the ride, wherever it takes us! 5
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  • 7. 3rd place - 15 votes – Rennie Palmer Bio: See above 7
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  • 9. 5th place (3-way tie) – 2 votes – Daniel GoodmanBio: My name is Daniel Goodman. Ive lived inAustin since 2000. I am a photojournalistturned graphic designer. I worked for Fox 7News for 8 years before going back to schoolto make a career change. My interest is in webdesign and web content. I also have a passionfor logo and branding campaign designs aswell. I chose Austin as my home because of thechallenging opportunities, the diverse cultureof people, and the remarkable environment. 9
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  • 11. 5th place (3-way tie) – 2 votes – Rennie Palmer Bio: See above 11
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  • 13. 5th place (3-way tie) – 2 votes – Steven PolunskyBio: Thank you and the Board for the opportunity, its been fun. Im theDirector of the Texas Senate Committee on Business and Commerce,where I lead multiple technology initiatives(http://bandc.posterous.com/pages/technology-initatives), gave apresentation in June on Best Practices in Public Sector Social Media(http://tti.tamu.edu/conferences/traffic-safety12/program/) andspearheaded the project that won a 2012 Special Award forGovernment Transparency and Citizen Engagement from the Center forDigital Government (http://www.centerdigitalgov.com/survey/2580).My photography has had a solo exhibition and a juried show, beenfeatured on Texas.gov, and been used on multiple occasions under aCreative Commons license. I provided radio communication supportfor the World Naked Bike Ride, which you wont find on my LinkedInbio or related material at http://about.me/StevenPolunsky. 13
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