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Stephanie Roper Community Award
2022 Stephanie Roper Community Award Recipient
Jarian co-leads the Kansas City Metro CUGC group and is a CTP. Jarian was nominated multiple times for this year's award by the community at large. He is one of our original CUGC leaders, has presented countless times on behalf of CUGC at local events, in webinars, and at XL meetings, and is an all-around community-oriented person. His dedication to knowledge sharing extends beyond CUGC through the World of EUC Slack and Discord channels, CUGC's own Slack and Discord channels, and his involvement in independent podcasts and other EUC community events. Jarian is an integral part of the CUGC community, and we look forward to many more years of fellowship and collaboration.
Congratulations Jarian, on being chosen as the 2022 Stephanie Roper Award recipient by your peers!
2021 Stephanie Roper Community Award Recipient
Neil leads the UK CUGC group and is a member of the CUGC Steering Committee, in addition to being a CTP. When the call came to nominate CUGC members for this award, the argument for Neil was very strong: He was credited with keeping the UK group together and connected throughout the difficult conditions of the pandemic and slow re-opening of events. His group members lauded his ability to maintain the UK group's signature XL day-long events virtually before being able to successfully return to in-person meetings.
Neil is also a member of the CUGC Women in Tech mentoring program, and has been a steadfast supporter of the program and its outreach. Congratulations Neil, on being chosen as the 2021 Stephanie Roper Award recipient by your peers!
2020 Stephanie Roper Community Award Recipient
2020 was a challenging year for community, which made it all the more important to keep that sense of "community" strong through virtual avenues. Though CUGC members couldn't gather in-person at XL events, local meetings, or even Citrix Synergy, the community pulled together through virtual happy hours, meetings and more.
2019 Stephanie Roper Community Award Recipient
We're excited to announce Patrick Coble, Nashville CUGC Leader and CTP, as the winner of this year's Stephanie Roper Community Award. Patrick was everywhere in 2019, traveling around the country and the world to speak at CUGC meetings and XL events, while continuing to co-lead the Nashville group and regularly contribute online through blogs and webinars. Thank you, Patrick, for giving the community so much of your time and expertise!