May 10, 2011

Proud, Honored and Grateful

The IBM Champion program recognizes non-IBMers who make exceptional contributions to the technical community. An IBM Champion is a developer or IT professional who leads and mentors his or her peers and motivates them toward IBM solutions and services. Champions can be found running user groups, managing websites, speaking at conferences, answering questions in online forums, and writing blogs, how-to articles, and technical books. The IBM Champion program recognizes and thanks these innovative thought leaders, amplifying their voice and increasing their sphere of influence in the technical community.

I recently received the prestigious award of IBM Champion of Information Management for 2011. I'm proud and honored, and I'm grateful to the reader who submitted my name for nomination.

Learn more about the IBM Champion program -- or to make your own nomination.