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"TAG is an active community of professionals responsible for information and communications technology in the philanthropic sector. The community provides the highest quality resources and learning opportunities in an open and trusted environment.” - Vision Statement, TAG Strategic Plan

With this vision in mind, the TAG Awards program is designed to encourage and recognize member participation in the TAG community. There are two types of awards: biennial and annual, which would be presented during TAG's annual conference.

The program has four main goals: 1) Encourage and reward participation in the TAG Community; 2) Improve trust and collaboration in the TAG Community; 3) Increase member satisfaction; and 4) Enhance TAG's reputation as a professional organization.

For any awards listed below that are approved by the Board, if a Board member is nominated, that Board member will recuse him/herself from the discussion and voting for that award.

Nominations for the 2014 Most Active Participation Award are now closed.

Past Award Recipients

TAG Leadership Award

Nominated by other committee members and Executive Director.Nominations should be submitted via the online form by August 30th.The Board will review nominations and determine the winner by majority vote.The award winner will be announced during the annual conference.

This award recognizes a TAG member who has demonstrated exemplary leadership in the sector and is a trailblazer in the community. The achievements of the individual must have taken place within the last 24 months.

Certificate

Most Active Participation Award

Nominated by other committee members and Executive Director.

Nominations should be submitted via the online form by August 30th.

The Board will review nominations and determine the winner by majority vote.

The award winner will be announced during the annual conference.

Combination of quantitative and subjective, based on contributions during committee membership (from conference to conference) and by counting the number of blog posts and posts to the discussion forums during the past year.

Certificate





 

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