CLEVELAND, March 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Do you know a person who understands the importance of – and excels in – communicating with employees, customers and/or stakeholders?
If you do, help the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Cleveland chapter recognize this leader by submitting a nomination for Communicator of the Year at www.iabccleveland.com/coy.
Since 2005, IABC Cleveland has named a Communicator of the Year as a way to honor an individual within the Northeast Ohio community who has demonstrated excellence in communication leadership.
This year, the Communicator of the Year will be honored at IABC Cleveland's Reach for the Top networking event, tentatively scheduled for Thursday, June 7, 2012.
The nominee does not have to be an IABC member. Just complete the online form available at www.iabccleveland.com/coy. The deadline for nominations is Monday, April 30, 2012.
Past winners are:
- Thomas Mulready, creator of CoolCleveland, 2005
- Mark Crowley, senior vice president and director of consumer and small business communications and brand delivery, National City Corporation, 2006
- Thom Ruhe, chief marketing officer, JumpStart Inc., 2007
- Stephen Fry, president, Time Warner Cable, Northeast Ohio division, 2008
- Robin Ratliff, assistant vice president and assistant corporate secretary at The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, 2009
- Kimberly St. John-Stevenson, Saint Luke's Foundation, 2010
- Bruce Hennes, Hennes-Paynter Crisis Communications, 2011
Founded in 1970, the International Association of Business Communicators provides a professional network of more than 15,200 business communication professionals in more than 80 countries. The local Cleveland chapter includes nearly 130 members who support the highest professional standards of communication and drive innovation in the communication field. Visit www.iabccleveland.com/.
SOURCE IABC Cleveland