IABC/Columbus Seeks Nominations for 2010 Distinguished Communicator
The Columbus Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is accepting nominations for the 2010 Distinguished Communicator Award.
[USPRwire, Mon Mar 08 2010] The Columbus Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is accepting nominations for the 2010 Distinguished Communicator Award. The Distinguished Communicator is selected based on contribution to and leadership in the communication profession in the greater Columbus area, career achievement, as well as community involvement.
Every year, the IABC/Columbus' Distinguished Communicator is an outstanding and passionate role model in the Columbus area that has earned the spotlight, not only for dedication to the communication profession, but for pouring energy and spirit into making our communities better places to live.
In 2009, the Distinguished Communicator honored Cameron James, CEO of Mills James Productions for his career in audio-visual communications and his community involvement with the International Dyslexia Association. In 2008 Donna A.James, president of Lardon & Associates, was recognized Distinguished Communicator for her professional accomplishments and her commitment to the Center for Healthy Families.
"You’ve known them, you’ve met them, and you’ve read about them — communication professionals who exhibit one-of-a-kind integrity and vision," says KayAnn Taylor Rutter, president of the Columbus Chapter of IABC. "Without knowing it, they raise the bar for success and garner your respect. They are outstanding and passionate role models in the Greater Columbus area that have earned the spotllight, not only for their dedication to the profession, but for how they have poured their energy and spirit into making our communities better places to live. Now is your chance to recognize their strength by nominating them as IABC/Columbus’ 2010 Distinguished Communicator."
To nominate a Distinguished Communicator please visit the IABC/Columbus website at http://columbus.iabc.com by Friday, March 5, 2010.
The Distinguished Communicator 2010 will be honored at the IABC Columbus Bronze Quill Awards Banquet on June 10 at the Ohio Union. The Bronze Quill Awards recognizes excellence in communications within Central Ohio. The proceeds of a silent auction will benefit the 2010 Distinguished Communicators' charity of choice.
About IABC and IABC/Columbus
The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a global network of communication professionals committed to improving organizational effectiveness through strategic communication. Established in 1970, IABC serves more than 15,000 members in 70 countries and 100 chapters..
IABC/Columbus enables central Ohio communicators working in diverse industries and disciplines to identify, share and apply the world’s best communication. IABC/Columbus is the definitive resource for professional development and communication practices, engaging communicators at all stages of their careers.
To learn more on how IABC/Columbus enables their members success in performing their jobs and advancing their careers can be found at www.columbus.iabc.com
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