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Nash Shares Spotlight with Star Administrative Professionals

Finalists for the fourth annual Chicagoland Admin Awards will gather later this week as the “Good as Gold” Awards Celebration returns as a live, in-person event.

ESD Executive Assistant Courtney Nash will be there with other finalists being recognized for the unique talents and skills they bring to the role of administrative professional. Each was selected from the thoughtful nominations submitted by business leaders and colleagues earlier this year.

According to ESD Chief Executive Officer Zac House, “Courtney earns the respect and gratitude of her colleagues every day. This is a well-deserved honor. Courtney exemplifies the core values of ESD—respecting everyone, working hard, and playing to win.”

Nine beautiful, blown glass Admin Awards will be presented at the event on June 24. The gala promises to gather administrative professionals, executives, and co-workers for an evening described by organizers as the “Academy Awards for Admins!”

Courtney Nash has been supporting ESD professionals for over eight years in the company’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

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