The three will be honored Sept. 30 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City. The UTC Hall of Fame Celebration also will mark UTC’s 25th anniversary and will feature a keynote presentation by Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple. The annual event honors individuals with Utah ties who have made global contributions to the information technology and clean tech industries through new technology, innovation and leadership.

The Utah Technology Council (UTC) has announced the 2016 inductees for its Hall of Fame: Fraser Bullock, Carine Clark and Peter Genereaux.

The three will be honored Sept. 30 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City. The UTC Hall of Fame Celebration also will mark UTC’s 25th anniversary and will feature a keynote presentation by Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple. The annual event honors individuals with Utah ties who have made global contributions to the information technology and clean tech industries through new technology, innovation and leadership.

Information about event tickets and sponsorship opportunities is available at www.utahtech.org or (801) 568-3500.

“The track record of these leaders is unparalleled,” Richard R. Nelson, president and chief executive officer of the UTC, said of the inductees. “These leaders have served significant roles that have been instrumental in Utah’s stellar technology accomplishments. We are extremely pleased to honor them as our 2016 Hall of Fame inductees.”

Bullock is a co-founder and senior advisor of Sorenson Capital, a private equity firm, which has approximately $1 billion in assets under management. He began his career at Bain & Co. as consultant and manager. He then became a founding partner of Bain Capital and later served in various operating roles, including CFO of a publicly traded company and president of a transaction-processing technology company.

Bullock served as a member of the UTC Board of Trustees and was instrumental in helping pass the $100 million “Utah Fund to Funds” legislation. He also served as chairman of the Governor’s Employers Education Coalition that studied and developed recommended strategies for education. He served as vice chairman of the Governor’s Optimization Commission, co-chairman of the commission that developed the initial strategies and recommendations for the formation of USTAR (Utah Science, Technology and Research initiative) and co-chairman of the Business Engagement Council for Utah Valley University.

Bullock serves on many boards, including Domo, Sorenson Media, Curza and Bamboo HR, and as chairman of Health Catalyst, the Polynesian Cultural Center and DMBA. He is on the advisory board of Insidesales.com, and is an advisor to InMoment, Salt Stack and Pluralsight, in which his firm is an investor. He served as chairman of Omniture, a publicly traded technology company that was sold to Adobe.

Bullock also has been heavily involved in the Olympics. In 1999, he became chief operating officer and chief financial officer of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. He continues to be active in the Olympic movement and has provided advisory services to the International Olympic Committee, the U.S. Olympic Committee and several cities hosting the Olympic Games, including Torino, Vancouver, Sochi, Rio, Beijing and Pyeongchang. For his Olympic service, Bullock received the Olympic Order in Gold from the International Olympic Committee.

Bullock received a bachelor’s degree in economics and a Master’s in Business Administration from Brigham Young University. He lives with his wife, Jennifer, in Highland and they are the parents of five children and eight grandchildren.

Clark leads corporate direction and initiatives as the president and chief executive officer of customer experience company MartizCX. She played a crucial role in creating and executing the acquisition of Allegiance by Maritz Research and in combining the two companies to create MaritzCX.

Clark has decades of experience building successful software companies. Prior to MaritzCX, she was president and CEO for Allegiance. Before that she was senior vice president and chief marketing officer for Symantec, where she was responsible for global campaign and field marketing, partner and product marketing, branding and marketing communications, as well as public relations and analyst relations.

As an executive at Altiris and Novell, she was responsible for driving top- and bottom-line company growth through fiscally accountable and operationally efficient marketing. Her leadership helped establish Altiris as one of the fastest-growing technology companies in the world, growing revenues from $62 million to $230 million during a four-year period.

Throughout her career, Clark has directed and integrated diverse teams, including product management, sales support, alliance, field and global marketing, events, brand and communications management. She has demonstrated expertise in bringing companies and people together through dozens of acquisitions with the exceptional ability to quickly promote best practices and to drive integrated teams toward common goals.

Clark has been recognized with numerous awards, including 2016 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Utah Region and 2015 CEO of the Year by Utah Business magazine. She was ranked by ExecRank as No. 47 of all CMOs worldwide in 2012. She has also received the Women Tech Leadership Excellence Award, the 25th Annual TWIN Award, and the Silicon Slopes v100 Award.

Clark has a bachelor’s degree in organizational communications and a Master’s in Business Administration.

Genereaux in 1991 founded the Utah Information Technologies Association (UITA), which became the Utah Technology Council in 2006. He also served as UITA’s chief executive officer. He retired as CEO in 1999, after starting the first Hall of Fame, and now lives in Prescott, Arizona.

During UITA’s early years, Genereaux also was chairman of the Council for Regional Information Technologies Association (CRITA), an organization he co-founded. CRITA, now known as TECNA, comprises some 50 technology councils to represent the IT industry at the national level.

Genereaux’s education includes Princeton University, and following his service in the U.S. Army during the Korean War period, he earned his B.S. degree in business administration from the University of Delaware. Later, he was selected and participated in the Harvard Business School’s Executive Development Program. He devoted his first 33 career years leading technology and financial businesses and not-for-profit organizations in their startup and growth, and served as a “corporate doctor” for some.

Among the honors he has received was being invited in 1975 by the president of the United States to be nominated as secretary of the Government Services Administration and as an assistant secretary in the Treasury Department. He received an honorary Ph.D. from Salt Lake Community College in 1995.

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