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Congratulations, MVPs!

MPUG wishes to congratulate a few of our own contributors on being presented (yet again, for many) with the 2020-2021 Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.

 

Having just been awarded the title of MVP for the twelfth year in a row, Ben Howard is a recognized expert in the use and deployment of Project Online, Project, and Power BI.

Cindy Lewis, in a consultant role, assists customers in Microsoft Project, Project Management, and Agile methods. Cindy was first awarded MVP in 2012.

Dale Howard, a trainer and consultant, focuses on Microsoft Project, Project Server, and Project Online exclusively. This is Dale’s seventeenth year receiving the MVP award!

An MVP since 2018, Erik van Hurck is active as blogger and YouTuber in the fields of Microsoft Project and Project Online. Erik brought us at MPUG just last year new content on Project Online Desktop for our Do’s and Don’ts book and bootcamp package.

Nenad Trajkovski, a regular speaker at Microsoft conferences and a MPUG webinar presenter, holds the title of MVP for his work implementing various ERP and DWH systems in large companies. Nenad has been awarded MVP nine times.

Raphael Santos was first awarded MVP in 2016. He works in the Project Management field and is responsible for helping companies in the adoption and implementation of Microsoft´s PPM platform (Project Desktop, Project Server, and Project Online).

Sai Prasad was presented with the title of MVP for the sixth year in a row this year in recognition of his exceptional technical and community leadership. Sai serves as the President of MPUG’s India Chennai chapter.

Tim Runcie was first given the title of MVP in 2005. He is a Microsoft Project, SharePoint, and Office 365 expert trainer and consultant.

 

MPUG is grateful to have these MVPs as part of our community. We offer our sincere congratulations to each of them for their hard work and contributions.

 

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  1. Thank you very much, MPUG Team! 😊

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