Community Champion



Meet Teresa

as presented by INETA and the Developer Community!



“Life is full of opportunities ---            Celebrate them all!”

Teresa Hennig  is a business consultant, author and community leader, who loves project management and helping others. Her company,
Data Dynamics Northwest, offers consulting and database solutions. Teresa’s acumen for quickly grasping a client’s industry, processes and needs, permits her rapid partnering in creating cost effective custom solutions. To match expertise and resources to needs, Teresa forges liaisons with developers and clients across the country, and she uses a similar approach with international projects and partnerships.

Motivated by new challenges, Teresa has enjoyed several “once-in-a-lifetime” triumphs; including creating and deploying a paperless patient tracking system for a teen clinic in Uganda, climbing Mt. Rainier for the American Lung Association, and multiple endeavors to raise money to cure paralysis. Teresa is also the president of two developer groups, a sponsor and mentor for user groups in three other states, a key player in many INETA initiatives, and a participant in several Microsoft projects. Her two monthly newsletters have an international audience. As the lead author of several technical books, Teresa is privileged to help her colleagues to become published authors; and as one stated, it was “a dream come true.”

Teresa has earned Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award annually since 2006. Whether working with clients, partners, fellow developers or charitable causes, Teresa energizes and empowers people.


Access 2007
Programmers Reference

2007 Co-Authors:
Rob Cooper, Geoff Griffith,
Armen Stein, Teresa Hennig

Order 2007 at Amazon

Access 2003 VBA
Programmers Reference
Order 2003 at Amazon

Read about our book at Wiley

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We set the bar for technical content and review! What a team...
two Access MVP and four Microsoft Access testers! 
It was an honor an privilege to lead this team 
 Teresa Hennig, Lead Author


MVP Factoids

There are over 100 million technical community members.
There are only 3,500 currently awarded as Microsoft MVPs
On April 1, 2007, I was honored to have earned that distinguished recognition for a second year.

It is my pleasure to serve the Access community.
Thank you.

Teresa Hennig, Access MVP

Thank you for sharing your passion and expertise and invigorating communities globally ...  Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft
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