Nominations Open for 2017 Culture Shapers

By Connect Staff, June 14, 2017

Each year, Connect Faith highlights culture shapers. There event coordinators, creative directors, sales managers, hotel leaders, nonprofit executives, worship leaders, inspirational speakers and more are changing the trajectory of faith-based events with their innovation, creativity and commitment to excellence. Culture shapers are pioneers in their fields and leaders we all want to follow. If you know someone who is helping to shape the culture and lead faith-based events in a new direction, please submit your nomination through this form.

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS: August 10, 2017

NOMINATE HERE.

Choosing and Recognizing the Recipients

After nominations are collected, they will be evaluated by our team of editors. Final honorees will be selected based on references, involvement, industry contributions, achievements and other resources. The honorees will be featured in the winter issue of Connect Faith magazine and recognized at our Connect Faith annual event, happening Oct. 24-26 in Cincinnati.

If you have any questions or technical difficulties, please send your nomination to Leigh Harper at lharper@connectmeetings.com.

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