It’s time once again to unmask some of our community heroes and bring them into our SAP Mentors community.
As I mentioned in my recent SAP Mentors Program Turns 10 blog post, I consider SAP Mentors a very important part of our community. I believe that when our most active and influential members get nominated and selected to join the SAP Mentors Program, they quickly recognize the large responsibilities that come along with this role. As SAP Mentors, these individual are seen and treated as leaders. Their ability to lead by example shines as brightly as their passion for SAP, and is therefore one of the key pillars in our SAP Mentor Magic Foundation. Can I say at this point, their responsibility is to use their powers for good, rather than evil? 😉
Huge thanks once again to our SAP Mentors Program team for collecting and reviewing nominations, and to our SAP Mentors Advisory Board for their help in the selection process. We couldn’t have done it without you!
We know there are many, many more community heroes out there (especially female ones, right?). Help us (re)discover them by adding names to our hero-registry (OK, it’s on online survey form), and together we can fight evil and do good!
Just having some fun here, and since “Playfulness” is one of the key pillars of Mentor Magic, I have a feeling our new Mentors won’t hold it against me to play around a bit with their profile photos. 😛