2019 Q3

2019 Membership Recognition Awards

Each year during Institute NADOA recognizes a few outstanding members for their contributions to the Association throughout the year. This year NADOA had two very deserving recipients.

Interaction Award

Noemi Peralta, CPLTA Our 2019 Interaction Award is presented to Noemi Peralta. Since joining NADOA, her many contributions to this organization have been ongoing. Not only has she provided expert photography and slideshows, but her management of speaker presentations, her service on various committees, including Institute Chair and President of NADOA, would easily give one the notion that Noemi is unstoppable. Noemi has been an active member of PBADOA and had served continuously on the NADOA Board from 2006 - 2012. The overwhelming success of several NADOA

Institutes would not have been if she hadn’t stepped up to perform above and beyond expectations. One person who nominated Noemi states the following: “When she first became involved, I thought “this woman is so shy” and I underestimated her many talents. I am blessed to have crossed paths with this woman and forever thankful to call her my friend.” Our heart-felt congratulations to you, Noemi.

Ellis Rudy Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award LuAnn Sharp, CDOA

The 2019 Ellis Rudy Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to LuAnn Sharp. LuAnn has served on the NADOA board in several capacities beginning in 1994 and was our President in 1999. She has volunteered on various committees over the years. As Division Order Supervisor at XTO Energy/Exxon, she has directed a team of several experienced analysts. LuAnn has been a mentor, giving training on the proper knowledge, skills and common sense decision-making required to develop one into a successful Division Order Analyst. LuAnn has been in the industry 30+ years and is

dedicated to achieving her personal goals while leading others to meet theirs. LuAnn says, “I am so humbled and honored to have received the Ellis Rudy Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award this year and just don’t have the words to say how appreciative I am. It is amazing to be the recipient knowing that this is the first year for the award to be named after Ellis because I loved him so much. I never thought that I had accomplished enough to be in the same circle as some of the previous recipients of the lifetime achievement award and here it is with my name on it, sitting on my desk! Thank you, thank you!!” We extend sincere congratulations to you, LuAnn.


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