PASS is the Professional Association for SQL Server and is a Worldwide Organization with about 250,000 members. This is the 2nd time I’ve received this award, and I’m one of only 2 people to ever be awarded the designation more than once. I was also awarded this designation in June of 2015. It will be announced at the late October PASS Summit in Seattle to over 4,000 attendees at the Washington Convention Center.
“As one of the Program Managers, Mindy has been an invaluable member of the PASS Community. She has restructured the process of reviewing abstracts by building her own database to manage the hundreds of abstracts received and to manage the workflow of reviewing all those abstracts for the team of 100 volunteers. In addition to this, when the abstract reviews were complete, Mindy alone went through all 3000 comments left by the reviewers to clean up poorly worded comments before sending those comments back to the submitter. The processes she has set in place and the extensive knowledge she has brought to the Program Committee has made her a crucial part in making the Summit Program truly exceptional. She has time and again shown what is means to Connect, Share and Learn.”
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Mindy Curnutt is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP with over 20 years of experience working with Database Solutions. She specializes in Performance Tuning and Architecture. She speaks regularly across North America at Local User Groups, SQL Saturdays and Conferences. The 3rd Thurs of most months you will likely find her at her local North Texas SQL Server User’s Group Meeting (NTSSUG) where she’s on the Board of Directors.
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