Awards & Recognition

Dana's contribution to the business community spans hundreds of projects with dozens of companies and has produced billions of dollars in revenue.

Dana Love is credited with creating over $3.2 billion in revenue over the past 21 years.

Awards and recognition are typically granted for inspiring new technology or break-away revenue results. Love's work has been recognized for both of these things. Awards have included:

Venture Ready Accelerator, 2020

Dana's company Radpay was selected for the first joint Venture Ready/500 Startups accelerator program, held in Phoenix, Arizona.

Arizona Innovation Challenge, 2019

The Fall 2019 Arizona Innovation Challenge had over 2,000 applicants. Radpay was among the ten selected for award for "advancing exciting innovations" in fintech and SaaS.

INC5000, 2017

Infolob Solutions earns a spot on INC Magazine's list of the 5000 fastest growing companies in America for a fifth time. Dana provides marketing consulting and board services to this growing Oracle consulting firm, which he led in 2013.

INC5000, 2016

A fourth win for Infolob Solutions, the Oracle consulting firm where Dana provides consulting and board services.

INC5000, 2015

For the third time, Infolob Solutions achieves the INC5000 list, this time at number 3593. Starting in 2013, when Dana joined as president, and continuing in 2014 and 2015, while Dana has served as a board member, Infolob's grow has exceeded 100%.

INC5000, 2014

As Dana transitions from president to board member, Infolob Solutions continues to outperform the market. In 2014, Infolob is recognized as number 1610 on the INC5000 list of the 5,000 fastest growing companies.

Best Software for Early Learning, 2014

This EDDIE award came from work done at Hatch Early Learning, where Dana led the marketing and sales teams, selling educational technology to Head Start programs, child care centers, and pre-k classrooms.

INC500, 2013

When Dana served as president of Infolob Solutions, the Oracle consulting firm landed at number 243 on INC Magazine's list of the 500 fastest growing companies in America. It was also number 39 on the fastest growing IT firms worldwide.

Entrepreneur of the Year, 2009

Again a finalist in Ernst & Young's prestigious award. This time in the Northern Virginia region, for his work developing business and technology at BrightDawn.

Top Business Award, 2008

The magazine Diversity Business rated Astyra a Top Business award winner for revenue improvement in 2008.

Entrepreneur of the Year, 2005

Finalist in Ernst & Young's Central Virginia region, for his work developing the Richmond-based tech consultant Astyra Corporation.

Top Forty Under 40, 2005

Richmond's Style Weekly called Dana a "mathematical genius" when they included him on this list of 40 top young talents.

Best of Show, 2002

While at Prosodie, Dana's work led TMC Magazine to grant Prosodie's enhanced VoIP services platform their highest award. The voice over internet services platform was used by Charter Communications, the Democratic National Committee, and others.

Engineering Excellence Award, 2001

This award from ADC Telecom came when Dana redesigned the VoIP service offerings of his Enhanced Services Division. Dana was the only winner who did not have an engineering title, as he was General Manager and Vice President of his division.

Engineering Excellence Award, 1999

Bellcore gave Dana this award for his work pioneering voice over IP, specifically for his work on the world's first carrier-grade unified communications (visual voicemail) platform.

Global Telecoms Award for Internet Technology, 1999

This Financial Times award came from Dana's work developing a unified messaging service on GTE's Global Network Infrastructure. The suite of enhanced IP services was sold to companies like Microsoft (for their MSN division), Oracle, Ford Motor Company, and Border's Bookstores.



So what gets said publicly about Dana? His LinkedIn profile recommendations sum up how colleagues, co-workers, and customers feel about him. They use phrases like "truly extraordinary", "terrific mentor", "leaves a lasting positive impression", "extremely knowledgeable", and say Dana has "a rare ability to lead others by combining visionary thinking and clear, direct, no-nonsense communication."

How companies talk about Dana is similar. Whether he works as a board member, an executive, or a consultant, Dana Love adds practical experience, a cheerful personality, and a strong work ethic to your organization. Some of Dana's mentions in the press include:


Dana Love is an American business executive who is the Chief Technology Officer at blockchain startup Lifetoken Software. A native New Englander, Dana currently resides with his wife and son in Tempe, Arizona.

The photos on the website come from the Marblehead and Swampscott, Massachusetts area where Dana grew up and from the Phoenix, Arizona area where Dana now lives.