OYEAOutstanding Youth in Education Award
OYEAOrganized Youth for Educational Alternatives
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OYEA was begun in April 1992 by lawyers Sam DeSimone and Brendan McDonnell, who specialized in emerging companies in the hyper-busy Boston and Silicon Valley corridors before moving to Portland two years ago.
Like Norm Winningstad, founder of Floating Point Systems and Lattice Semiconductor, and Jerry Langler, co-founder of Mentor Graphics, who addressed recent OYEA meetings.
Candidates for the OYEA are education professionals, 40 years of age or younger, who demonstrate exemplary commitment and exceptional contribution to the profession.