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ATHENA YOUNG PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD

NOMINATION INSTRUCTIONS

ATHENA of the Triangle inspires, develops and honors established and emerging women leaders.
The ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award actively supports and celebrates the ATHENA mission of supporting, developing and honoring women leaders, inspiring women to achieve their full potential—creating balance in leadership worldwide

Nominations for The ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award are postponed until 2021.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Demonstrates excellence, creativity, and initiative in her business or profession
  • Provides valuable service to improve the quality of life for others in her community
  • Clearly serves as a role model for young women both personally and professionally in the Triangle
  • Nominees are 40 years of age or younger.
  • Nominees may represent either the profit or not-for-profit sector.
  • Past nominees may be nominated again

 

Note: Past ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award Recipients are not eligible for nomination.

COMPLETING THE FORM

  • You are encouraged to work closely with your nominee to complete their nomination
  • Nominations must be submitted using this nomination form and format.
  • You may include supporting documents (articles, testimonials, etc) with your completed nomination form.
  • Nominations are postponed until 2021.

 

THE PROCESS

A Selection Committee, made up of a diverse group of community leaders, will review all nominations and select the ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award Recipient.

RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO:

Tiamesha Walker-Smith, Executive Director, ATHENA of the Triangle

ATHENA Award Program Nomination Form

NOMINEE









NOMINATOR





I. Professional Leadership

Provide specific examples of how the nominee is an emerging leader in her chosen profession.



II. Community Leadership

Provide specific examples of how the nominee provides valuable service to improve the quality of life for others in their community. Include type and length of service in civic and service organizations and initiatives.



III. Personal Leadership

Provide specific examples of how the nominee serves as a role model for young women both personally and professionally


Additional Information Pertaining to Criteria

Include up to three pages of any additional information you feel is important for consideration of your nominee. Include awards, honors, publications, articles and/or testimonials that demonstrate service to their profession, community, and aspiring women leaders.