StreamLink Software CEO Selected as Recipient of NGMA’s 2016 Impact Award

Adam Roth honored for his contributions to grant management advancement.

NGMA-Logo.pngMarch 29, 2016 (Cleveland, OH)— Adam Roth, CEO of StreamLink Software, the market’s only comprehensive grant management software provider, has been selected as the recipient of NGMA’s 2016 Impact Award/Private Sector.

The award recognizes an individual in the private sector for his or her exceptional contributions to advancing the field of grant management.

“Adam’s accomplishments are numerous. He created AmpliFund to improve grant management processes for funders and recipients, and is actively involved in numerous grants management associations and committees,” said Shelly Slebrch, NGMA executive director. “It has also been his personal mission to educate the grants community via trainings, webinars and speaking appearances on federal regulations and system improvements.”

Roth will receive the award at NGMA’s 2016 Annual Grants Training Program in Arlington, Virginia at the Crystal Gateway Marriott. The recognition program begins at 8:30 a.m.

About StreamLink Software

Founded in 2008, StreamLink Software (www.StreamLinkSoftware.com) designs, develops and markets leading-edge process management tools for nonprofit and public sector institutions.

The company’s flagship grant management solution, AmpliFund, captures grant information as data and automates hundreds of complex activities throughout the grant lifecycle. Its board management portal, BoardMax, helps organizations engage and communicate with board members. Both products are high-value, affordable software solutions, designed to help nonprofit and public sector entities maintain compliance, generate revenue and build capacity.