Bonnie L. Herron is Executive Director of the Gwinnett Innovation Park, with responsibility for
its overall operations, programs and promotion.
In April 2005, Ms. Herron was named "Woman of the Year in Technology" for businesses
under $500 million by the Women in Technology Association of Georgia, in recognition of
her many years of leadership in and contribution to the technology industry and its
Ms. Herron is past chair and a two term member of the board of directors of the National
Business Incubation Association. She has been invited to speak in China and Europe on
business incubation and frequently participates on panels and programs on
entrepreneurship and business incubation. She sits on the board of the Atlanta Venture
Forum and on the board of directors of several of the Company’s private ventures. She is a
past director of the American Electronics Association (Southeast chapter), the Technology
Association of Georgia and the Advisory Council of Georgia's Intellectual Capital Partnership
Program and past chair of the Growth Capital SIG and Entrepreneurial SIG.
Ms. Herron is also Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Intelligent Systems
Corporation, the sponsor of Gwinnett Innovation Park.
Prior to her present position, Ms. Herron was the General Manager of Datavue Corporation,
Director of Planning at Quadram Corporation and Director of Planning at Intelligent Systems
Ms. Herron spent 10 years as a Director of Athletics at several secondary schools in Ontario,
Ms. Herron received a B.A. in education and a B.A. in physical education from the University
of Toronto and a M.B.A. from Mercer University.