The Community Foundation of Louisville has announced the winners of the 20th annual Vogt Awards. The Vogt Awards allow founders to retain full ownership of their business as they leverage a 10-week startup education program and an infusion of capital to accelerate their company’s growth.

And the awards go to:

  • BrainSTEM University–an EdTech startup that provides a virtual learning environment for students to access STEAM education through instructor-led courses and labs in computer science, engineering, robotics and digital media. Founder: Ricky Mason
  • Kare Mobile–a comprehensive dental services provider that brings treatments to patients through their unique compact mobile dental units. Founders: Kwane Watson and Brittany Becker
  • Level Up–a modern education company helping women gain skills and confidence through in-person and live online classes as well as a mobile platform delivering personalized burst-style learning. Founders: Natalia Bishop and Hannah Estes
  • Moxie Girl–a platform that improves the mental health of teen girls through an online goal-setting app, virtual near-peer mentors and a dashboard for pediatricians about their female patients. Founders: Lydia Henshaw and Heather Moster
  • RxLightning–a health tech company that simplifies and automates the specialty medication enrollment process for medical offices . Founders: Julia Regan and Brad Allen
  • Stuccco–an online home design platform that allows realtors and homeowners to get any room professionally designed and virtually staged quickly. Founder: Matt Langan