Announcing Super User Class of 2019
February 14th, we will be recognizing the “Super Users for 2019!” The Power BI Community Super Users make up an exclusive group of community experts who are top contributors with outstanding participation. Super User Status is recognition for community contributions such as finding threads that have no reply and providing helpful answers, marking solutions, writing blog posts, posting Data Stories, giving kudos contributing content. For 2018 we currently have recognized 15 Super Users. Our goal is to increase the Super User group by 10 for a total of 25 Power BI Super Users.
This group of community members is able to participate in monthly Super User meetings in which they engage directly with the Power BI community leadership and product teams. Additionally, they are provided increased community permissions, participate in Power BI private forums and granted access to “sneak peeks” of new community features and Power BI product roadmaps. Lastly, every Super User is nominated for consideration to the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.
We are considering adding even more benefits for being a Super User, so continue to check this Blog on a regular basis for new developments.
Do you know of a community member worthy of being considered? This is your opportunity! As the selection will be quantitative on number of Kudos, replies to posts, solutions provided, content contribution, and general community engagement please make sure and kudo and mark these amazing people’s answers as the solution so we can recognize them.
In addition to selecting a new class of super users we would also like to recognize a:
This person will be peer selected by the existing super users through Kudos and receive a weekend retreat with the Power BI MVP of the year and Power BI Senior Program Manager, Charles Sterling at the Washington Ocean Shores Fishing Camp. The Power BI Community Super User program is evaluated continually. We have seen you consistently contribute to the Community Blog, be active in the forum discussions, author accepted solutions, post helpful content, and answer fellow Power BI users’ questions.
We understand being a Super User takes time and you have our heartfelt appreciation for your willingness to communicate, collaborate, and share ideas. It is critical to the sweet success of our community!
Thank you for the hard work that has gone into making the Super User program successful. Your wealth of knowledge and frequent engagement—through posts, blog entries, submissions to the data stories gallery, webinars, and more—makes this community a helpful resource for Power BI enthusiasts all over the world. We appreciate your continued contributions and look forward to collaborating with you in the future.
Charles Sterling @chass
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