This is the fourth consecutive year I’ve been awarded as a Microsoft MVP in the Microsoft 365 Apps & Services category. 🤩
What does that mean?
Microsoft presents the MVP award annually to individuals who have regularly made high-quality contributions to the tech community. Sometimes this is forum participation, conference and user group presentations, books, blogs, videos, code and solutions, social media, or any number of other ways a person has evangelized and helped drive adoption and understanding of Microsoft 365.
I focus my contributions on Microsoft 365 productivity and collaboration apps like OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, Power Automate, Power BI, and more. Specifically:
- I have 350+ blog posts here at https://NateChamberlain.com
- I have 100+ videos at https://youtube.com/NateChamberlain
- I have a free OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams online course at https://www.NateTheTrainer.com
- I have written a handful of M365 books (https://amzn.to/2VonAw6)
- I speak at user groups and conferences (https://NateChamberlain.com/about)
I tweet at https://twitter.com/chambernate– now I am on Mastodon!
- I have judged Imagine Cup Junior a couple times (Imagine Cup and Imagine Cup Junior 2022 winners)
And all of that’s in addition to my regular, full-time day job.
To become an MVP, start tracking your contributions and reach out to an existing MVP or Microsoft employee that you’ve established a relationship with to secure a nomination. If we’ve crossed paths or worked together, I would be honored to nominate you.
It has been a true pleasure and privilege to be a part of this amazing community for four years now. Here’s to the next year of content, experiences, and connections. 🥳🥂