Lori Steele selected as San Diego Business Journal’s 2013 Women Who Mean Business Award Winner


San Diego Business Journal has selected Everyone Counts’ Founder, Chairman and CEO, Lori Steele, as a winner of their 2013 Women Who Mean Business Awards.

The event, now in it’s 20th year, recognizes dynamic women business leaders and role models, selected for their achievements and contributions to San Diego companies. The ceremony honored 160 outstanding nominees from companies in a variety of sectors.

“I am honored to be selected by San Diego Business Journal for this distinguished award,” said Lori Steele. “Elections are mission-critical business processes that - even in 2013 - are primarily still conducted using antiquated hardware and manual paper-based systems. Rapidly growing adoption of Everyone Counts’ industry-leading, perpetually state of the art Software as a Service-based election administration and voting platform has begun to transform elections globally. We deeply appreciate San Diego Business Journal’s recognition of our game-changing success through this award. To be included among the phenomenal women who were also nominated is a great honor.”


Stefanie Histed

Communications & Administrative Manager Stefanie Histed is proud to help introduce eLect VRS to counties and states looking to modernize, in part because streamlining administrative processes and improving efficiency satisfies her passion for good logistics. She has a bachelor's degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations from San Diego State University.