We have an amazing community. So many of you took time out to be a part of this process to recognize outstanding members and celebrate the awesome achievements of the past year. We appreciate each and every one of you and know without a doubt that you are all doing good for students all over the country (and even in other countries!). Today, The Student Affairs Collective wants to highlight those select individuals that you as the community decided you wanted to recognize this year as being extraordinary members of our incredible collaborative learning network called #SAChat.
Without further ado…here are the 2014 #SAChat Award recipients!!
Innovative Thinker & Top Content Sharer – Chris Conzen
“I love Chris Conzen’s post about celebrating failures. We need to break things to have breakthroughs with our students. Chris = Innovator!”
“Chris’s content always acts like a shot of WD-40 to the gears of my brain. He challenges norms, inspires deeper thought, & engages our field in a way that few others manage to.”
Best Devil’s Advocate – Clare Cady
“Clare makes people think about their relationship to others & the world. She takes comfort in the uncomfortable & takes every conversation to the next level.”
Funniest Tweets – Res Life Puppy
“No matter how bad the day goes, a tweet from Res Life Puppy always turns it around.”
Top Content Creator & Emerging Leader – Josie Ahlquist
“Josie has produced important content that defines the end goal & competencies for digital leaders and given us something to aim for.”
“I nominated Josie for Emerging Leader because she is changing the way our field thinks about the online lives of students. Her work matters.”
#SAChat Spirit Award – Becca Obergefell
“Becca not only provides excellent content, but also contributes to the conversation and is a positive force on Twitter.”
Quiet Hero – Sue Caulfield
“Everywhere I look, I see Sue collaborating with and supporting other SA professionals which I think is pretty special.”
Make sure to stay tuned this time next year to recognize your fellow #SAChat community members once again for all their hard work creating our vibrant learning network of awesome student affairs professionals.