BATON ROUGE AREA

Marc Goldstein, owner and president of Creative Video Productions, received the Golden Pelican Lagniappe Award from the Louisiana Hospital Association’s Society for Hospital Public Relations and Marketing.

The annual award recognizes excellence in hospital marketing and public relations, work ethic, and a commitment to the organization and support in achieving its goals.

Louisiana AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Julie Cherry received the Presbrey Champion of Labor Award from the Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group.

The award honors those who work tirelessly on behalf of injured workers.

The Louisiana Business & Technology Center at LSU presented annual awards to APS Design and Testing LLC, Tenant of the Year; Renogy LLC, LBTC Graduate of the Year; Aquaculture Systems Technologies LLC, SBIR/LTTO Client of the Year; E T C H Studio LLP, Student Incubator Graduate of the Year; inforMD Solutions LLC, Pennington BioTech Initiative Company of the Year; The Emerge Center, LSU Innovation Park Tenant of the Year; Mimi Walke, the Courtlyn M. Bonaventure LBTC Student Worker of the Year; and Hayley Amoss, LBTC Intern of the Year.

The Baton Rouge Astronomical Society has awarded the organization’s second Good Lighting Award to Woman’s Hospital.

The award recognizes local businesses that use lighting fixtures that help curb “light pollution” to help preserve the night sky. Woman’s new hospital location opened in 2012 and is located on a former golf course surrounded by neighborhoods on two sides. Some of the light conservation tactics used include shielded lighting, which directs light into specific areas such as walkways and entrances; and light poles of varying heights, which illuminate key areas for safety and navigation and reduce glare to oncoming traffic on Airline Highway.

LAFAYETTE AREA

Lindsey Miller has been recognized as 2014 Professional Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women, a networking organization with more than 600,000 members and nearly 300 local chapters.

Miller, who is in the Early Advantage MBA program at Rollins College — Crummer Graduate School of Business, was honored for her student leadership. Miller received her bachelor’s degree in political science from LSU.