ComputeReach Honored as Jefferson Award Finalist

On April 19th, ComputeReach had the honor of being a finalist for the 2012 Jefferson Awards for Public Service. The six finalists were presented during the ceremony, and the winner became Pittsburgh's nominee for the national Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis award. Here's some more information about the award: In 1972, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Senator Robert Taft Jr., and Sam Beard founded the American Institute for Public Service to establish a "Nobel Prize" for public and community service. The mission of the Jefferson Awards is to honor Americans who perform outstanding public service and inspire others to follow their example. The Jefferson Awards are...