DeRose-Hinkhouse Awards

2017 DeRose-Hinkhouse Awards

Entry deadline: January 19, 2017 for work completed in 2016

Co-coordinators of the DeRose-Hinkhouse Awards: Ellen Price and Joyce Litoff. For questions, contact: Joyce Litoff (847-733-3584).

DeRose-Hinkhouse Best of Class statueThe DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards are given annually to active members of the Religion Communicators Council (RCC) who demonstrate excellence in religious communications and public relations.

The awards are named to honor the late Victor DeRose and the late Paul M. Hinkhouse, leading lithographers in New York City, and longtime friends of the RCC. Both men shared a strong interest in, and concern for, excellence in communications.

DeRose-Hinkhouse Award Best of Class winners. Front row: Sarah Mangum, Paul Black, Simran Jeet Singh. Back row: Joyce Litoff, Ellen Price, Amy Renshaw, David Barnhart, Joseph Molieri and Doug Puller. Photo by George Conklin.

Best of Class, 2016 DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards

The Awards Ceremony was held Thursday evening, March 31, 2016 at The Interchurch Center, New York City.

2016 DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Award Winners (for work completed in 2015) PDF file

2016 DeRose-Hinkhouse Award photos on the RCC Flickr site – RCC gives you permission to use these photos.

Amy RenshawClass A — Periodicals

Best of Class to Amethel Parel-Sewell, C. Aaron Kreader, Amy Renshaw, and Susan Engle, Bahá’í National Center for Brilliant Star.

Amy Renshaw accepted the award for the team.

Photo by George Conklin.

Paul BlackClass B — Periodicals Single Issue

Best of Class to Paul Black and Kim Halusan, Illinois Great Rivers Conference, The United Methodist Church for Current, June 2015 PDF file.

Paul Black accepted the award for the team.

Photo by George Conklin.

Gail StrangeClass C — Public Relations Materials

Best of Class to Chris Wooton, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary for It’s Time to Decide Who You Are.

Gail Strange accepted for Chris Wooton.

Photo by George Conklin.

Simran Jeet SinghClass D — Writing for Publication

Best of Class to Simran Jeet Singh, The Sikh Coalition for Attack on Jewish Community is an Attack on Us All.

Simran Jeet Singh accepted the award.

Photo by George Conklin.

Joyce Litoff and Ellen PriceClass E — Specialized Writing

Best of Class to Joyce Litoff and Ellen Price, Bahá’ís of the United States, for Welcome Center, Bahá’í House of Worship.

Joyce Litoff and Ellen Price accepted the award.

Photo by George Conklin.

Joseph Molieri and Doug PullerClass F — Graphic Design, Art & Photography

Best of Class to Joseph Molieri and Doug Puller, Bread for the World for 2016 Hunger Report: The Nourishing Effect.

Joseph Molieri (left) and Doug Puller accepted the award.

Photo by George Conklin.

David BarnhartClass G — Audio & Video, Broadcast, Non-broadcast & Cable

Best of Class to David Barnhart, Presbyterian Church (USA) for Locked in a Box: Immigration Detention.

David Barnhart accepted the award.

Photo by George Conklin.

Paul BlackClass H — Public Relations/Advertising Campaign

Best of Class to Paul Black, Kim Halusan and Bruce Weiman, Illinois Great River Conference, The United Methodist Church for The Journey of 10 x 10.

Paul Black accepted the award for the team.

Photo by George Conklin.

Sarah MangumClass I — Digital Communications

Best of Class to Sarah Mangum, Deily for deily.org.

Sarah Mangum accepted the award.

Photo by George Conklin.

Simran Jeet SinghClass J — Social Media

Best of Class to Simran Jeet Singh, The Sikh Coalition, for #BeLikeDarsh

Simran Jeet Singh accepted the award.

Photo by George Conklin.

Eron HenryShoestring Award

Eron Henry, Baptist World Alliance, Baptist World

Photo by George Conklin.

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