"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.
Congratulations to the 2011 Awardees listed below:
Jeff Brandenburg, James Irvine Foundation
This award recognizes the TAG member who has made the most significant contribution to TAG's committees and been active on the listserv during the year. Jeff Brandenburg is a member of the Board of Directors and chairs the Conference Logistics Committee. As committee chair, Jeff has helped with the site selection for the conference and he designs all of the conference graphics and materials. In addition to his work with the conference, Jeff also does all the design work for the TAG web site.
Matt Sharp, The Duke Endowment
This award is presented to the TAG member presenter who is voted as the best presenter at the annual conference.Matt received the most votes for his presentation/facilitation of the plenary session, The iPad Myth. You can download the presentation from the TAG 2011 Conference Materials Page.
Click here to view the 2010 TAG Awardees.