Give a round of applause for our Jammies 2023 Winners! Winners were announced during the Connect, Collaborate and Communicate with Jamf Communities! JNUC session by Sam Johnson, Jamf CCO. Thank you to those who applied for this year’s Jammies Awards.
2023 Jammies Awards Winners
Adoption Advocate - Recognizes an individual or team who championed a Jamf product or feature in your organization and positively impacted the feature or product adoption life cycle.
- Alison Wojahn, The Prairie School
Alison Wojahn, a self-proclaimed “techie girl” and winner of the 2017 JNUC Diversity Scholarship, first joined The Prairie School 10 years ago. Every year, Wojahn works to maintain and simplify workflows and encourage new ways to leverage Jamf. This includes creating clearly defined Configuration Profiles that unify the student experience and create consistency for ease of use and support, and eliminating steps in Self Service that did not fit programmatic needs. Wojahn attributes her Adoption Advocate success to communication in role transitions, the JNUC Diversity Scholarship, Jamf Heroes and pure stubbornness!
Fast Start - Recognizes an individual or team who have seen tangible outcomes in your organization's first year of using new-to-you Jamf products.
- Richard Anderton and Simon Smith, Arthur Terry Learning Partnership
Richard Anderton and Simon Smith of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership have onboarded numerous Jamf products for their Learning Futures initiative, providing over 11,000 iPads to enhance opportunities for staff and students. Anderton and Smith attribute their adoption success to their thoughtfully constructed timeline, which included a pilot phase where they deployed over 1,000 devices across three schools. They also said that the launch and implementation of Jamf Parent further supported parental engagement and confidence in having devices at home.
Innovative Thinker - Recognizes an individual or team who used technical enablement to turn a business challenge into an inspiring success with the innovative use of a Jamf product.
- Bryan Weber, Chippewa Valley Technical College
Bryan Weber methodically scoured the documentation for the Jamf APIs, both Classic and Pro, to develop a comprehensive API wrapper for Jamf Pro. This led to hours of work to develop and write Introduction to JPS API Wrapper: All-in-one package for using the Jamf Pro Server API a post for Tech Thoughts featured on Jamf Nation. Weber’s work ultimately not only saved time for Chippewa Valley Technical College, it also offers others an efficient and systematic approach to using the Jamf Pro APIs.
Legacy Builder - Recognizes an individual who has successfully used Jamf for three-plus years, been active in various Jamf Communities such as user groups, JNUC and JNL, and has completed a Jamf training certification.
- Kimberly Trojanowski, Waukesha School District
Starting with managing 10 iPads, Kimberly Trojanowski has not only grown her school’s deployment and their reputation in the Jamf Nation and Heroes communities, she’s also a previous Jammies winner and a presenter at JNUC. Trojanowski believes, “It is important to help other Jamf admins succeed with Jamf, because when one Jamf is successful, we’re all successful.”
Thank you to all who applied and shared their stories!
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