STACA's Nominations
As the 3rd Speakers Tribe Annual Conference Awards (The STACA's) roll around we are turning up the heat with some new awards categories... to add to the Speakers Tribe Hall Of Fame award won by Alexandra Andre & Freddy Mercury AKA Warren Tate we have the following categories:
> Best Tribe Leader
> Best Tribe Member
> Best Volunteer
> Best Keynote at Speakers Tribe Gathering

Nominations for these are officially open so scroll down and start nominating!
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BREAKING NEWS!!! The STACA's Nominations are open
Best Speakers Tribe Leader
Nominate the best Speakers Tribe Leader. The leader who has lead by example, supported the community, always leans into the proximity and pioneers the way. The leader who has had the biggest impact on your experience and growth within the Speakers Tribe.

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Best Speakers Tribe Leader
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Best Speaker Tribe Member
Nominate the best Speakers Tribe Member. The member who always shows up, one who always participates, a member who is always willing to serve. Someone who lights up the room and lifts your spirits.

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Best Tribe Member
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Best Speakers Tribe Volunteer
Nominate the person who volunteers their time generously. Someone who put's their had up to serve and support even before the request for volunteers has been put forward. This award is for the generous of heart.

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Best Speakers Tribe Volunteer
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Best Keynote at a Speakers Tribe Gathering
Nominate the person who has moved you with their keynote. This can either be someone who you have seen improve and grow through sheer determination and practice or someone who has nailed their key thread, or someone who has moved you to tears or made you laugh uncontrollably. We never forget how someone made us feel, so nominate the person who is most memorable.

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Best Keynote at a Speakers Tribe Gathering
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