And the DENny goes to…

Life rarely catches me without words, but tonight finds me speechless and feeling a bit overwhelmed (but very grateful). A very special thank you to DENny Awards hosts Steve Dembo (for doing things twice), Porter Palmer (for rewinding Steve), and Lance Rougeux (we ARE streaming you live next year). Special congratulations to the recipients, and much gratitude to all the DEN members who made nominations for our community awards. Steve will be archiving the webinar and we’ll post it ASAP. Until then, the DENny goes to…

Comments

  1. STACY

    Congratulations to everyone. It is a pleasure to work with all of you.

  2. Heather Sullivan

    THANKS FOR THE RECAP, RJ! I missed the event (my son’s 9th birthday!) so I REALLY appreciate your post to bring me up to speed so quickly. You Rock! As Always :)

    Miss Your Smile. Hope to get to see you soon-

    CONGRATS to all the DENny winners. VERY well deserved!

  3. Shenninta Newman

    “Oh my. This moment is so much bigger than me.

    “This moment is for Hall Davidson, Matt Monjan, and for every nameless, faceless person at Discovery who opened the door to allow me to become a Star Educator.

    “Thank you. I’m so excited. Thanks to Discovery for choosing me to be the vessel from which this opportunity might flow. Thank you.

    “I want to thank my husband and son (both Steven Newman’s) who have been with me for 12 long years and have loved me when I’ve been up in the middle of the night stuck to the computer going through the Discovery website
    “The Den Crew – you’re all geniuses. This Den experience is magical for me because of you. You believed in me, you trusted me and you gently guided me with your awesome workshops. Thank you.
    Thanks to my sister Tonia who is relentless in her support.
    To my partner in crime, Vernon, thanks so much for the long preparations for presentations and for your always eager spirit. Thank you so much for being my friend and believing in me.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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