TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Microsoft Dynamics CRM User Group (CRMUG®) is pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural 2016 CRMUG Volunteer Awards for both Users and Partners. These Award recipients were recognized during a ceremony at CRMUG Summit in Tampa, FL, earlier this month.
The CRMUG Volunteer Program provides an avenue for Dynamics CRM members to get further engaged by sharing their time and talents, while developing personally and professionally, making a meaningful impact, and being recognized for their valuable contributions. Members earn points for each volunteer activity contributed during the annual program year (Sep. 1-August 31); there are three levels of annual awards based on point totals.
Congratulations to the following CRMUG User Members who earned the Sapphire Volunteer Award (250-399 points): Adriana Nedelcu, Chart Your Biz Inc.; Bill Meadors, ARC (Airlines Reporting Corporation); Bridgett Karst, Wells Fargo; Daniel Madden, SEI Investments; David Merdian, Commerce Bank; David Price, Wavetronix; Glen Wolinsky, Miller & Martin PLLC; Heidi Neuhauser, Surgent Professional Education; Jennifer Johnson, Inpro; Jim Lauer, Blount International; Kristi Cummings, KaTom Restaurant Supply; Kylie Keyzer, Wells Fargo; Kylie Kiser, Financial Services Firm; Laura Wagstrom, Colder Products Company; Lina Baumberger, CGB Enterprises, Inc.; Lorena Runkles, Port Tampa Bay; Malcolm McAuley, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada; Marie Pauls, The Alberta New Home Warranty Program (ANHWP); Mark Nastri, Storm Industries, Inc.; Marty Adler, Consultant; Nickie Welsh, Norwest Equity Partners; Victoria Doucet, EmployBridge.
Congratulations to the following CRMUG User Members who earned the Ruby Volunteer Award (400-599 points): Andreas Kraemer, Wells Fargo; Clarissa Simpson, Ford Motor Company; Merry Hunter, Zachry Holdings, Inc.; Mohammed Qureshi, Nalco An Ecolab Company; Patrick Wright, Cherry Bekaert LLP.
Congratulations to the following CRMUG User Members who earned the Emerald Volunteer Award (600+ points): Adam Rose, ImageSoft, Inc.; Ashley Steiner, TrueBlue Inc.; Christina Schroeder, Taylor Corporation; David Berry, Alliance Health; Ed Gonzales, Hampton Products International; Mike Olean, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP; Phyllis Eriksen, CIDA, CISA, Audimation Services, Inc.; Rachel Espy, Permobil.
Dynamics CRM partners play a critical role in supporting and strengthening the CRMUG community. The contribution and commitment of partners is critical to the success of CRMUG. Congratulations to the following Partners who earned the Granite Award (525+ points): Adam Vero, MeteorIT; Britta Scampton, Consultant; Gretchen Opferkew, PowerObjects HCL; Gus Gonzalez, Microsoft MVP; Gustaf Westerlund, CRM konsulterna AB; Jason Lattimer, PowerObjects HCL; Jay Murphy, UXC Eclipse; Mishel Justesen, Armanino; Rick McCutcheon, Full Contact Selling; Scott Sewell, Hitachi Solutions.
"These Volunteers have shared their knowledge with their peers through webinars and Chapter meetings, magazine articles and blog posts, and have benefited the community by serving on committees or on the Board of Advisors. We are incredibly thankful for these members who have given their time and talents to CRMUG – their contributions help CRMUG grow and flourish," said Laura Gariano, Volunteer Engagement Manager, Dynamic Communities.
ABOUT CRMUG VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
CRMUG relies strictly on Members' and Partners' volunteer efforts to help the community grow. The Volunteer Program provides various opportunities for volunteers to donate their time and talents through, presenting, instructing, serving, or writing. For more information on volunteering with CRMUG, visit: www.crmug.com/volunteer.
ABOUT DYNAMIC COMMUNITIES
Dynamic Communities is the business management organization that supports technology-centric user groups and associations – providing necessary resources and business operations such as staff, systems and event production. Dynamic Communities is independent from Microsoft; however, the two organizations maintain an intentional close working relationship so that our members can provide a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.
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SOURCE Dynamic Communities