Yvonne White & WBIR Television were awarded the History in Media Award for their coverage of the Scarboro 85, and desegregation in Oak Ridge, TN. WBIR is located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Wilhelmina Williams received the Community History Award for her work to get the Earnest Block House recognized by federal agencies, and for obtaining grants to stabilize the structure of the Nolichucky Settlement in Greeneville, Tennessee.
Whitney Butler was awarded the Teaching Excellence Award for creative and interactive lesson plans, organizing a yearly field trip to the Parthenon, State Capitol, and Country Music Hall of Fame, as well as her sponsorship of a local Historical Society in Newport, Tennessee.
Whitney Butler received the Award of Distinction for her documentary, Inside the Life of a Veteran, in Newport, Tennessee.
Ural Ward was awarded the Community History Award for his collection and preservation of Indigenous artifacts, as well as volunteer work in Surgoinsville, Tennessee.
Ted Olson and William Turner received the Award of Distinction for their podcast, Sepia Tones: Exploring Black Appalachian Music. They are based in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Ted Olson received the Award of Distinction for his audio restoration work on the CD, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Featuring Billy Strange & Glen Campbell, Classic Trio Albmus, 1964 & 1975. He is based in Johnson City, Tennessee.
The Surgoinsville Area Archives and Museum received the Award of Distinction for their collection, digitization, and content creation for grand opening in April, 2022, in Surgoinesville, Tennessee.
Steve Cotham was awarded the Ramsey Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in building the McClung Historical Collection, in Knoxville, into a nationally recognized library and archive, and his partnership efforts with the East Tennessee Historical Society.
Stephen Dean received the Lifetime Achievement Award for his work on the Heartland Series.