2015-02-12 / Business News

Women in Leadership nominees sought by Executive Women

SPECIAL TO FLORIDA W EKLY

Nominations are being accepted for the 32nd Annual Women In Leadership Awards, to be presented at the Women In Leadership Awards Luncheon on May 1.

These awards are given annually to three Palm Beach County women who have demonstrated and exhibited outstanding leadership in the volunteer, private and public/nonprofit sectors.

Nominations must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 13, by the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Association.

One award will be presented in each of the following three categories:

• Volunteer sector: A woman who volunteers in a leadership role and has made a significant difference in Palm Beach County.

• Private sector: A woman who is selfemployed or is employed by a for-profit business and has excelled in a leadership role in her job or profession.

• Public/nonprofit sector: A woman who is employed by a municipal, county, state or federal government, or a nonprofit organization and has excelled in a leadership role in her job or profession.

Nominee must live or work in Palm Beach County for at least five years.

Nominee may not be a current officer or board member of Executive Women of the Palm Beaches or the EWPB Foundation.

Nominee must excel in the category in which she is being nominated.

Nominee must have made a demonstrated difference in Palm Beach County.

Nominee must have shown a history of commitment through a leadership position in their respective award sector.

Questions about the nominations process may be directed to Mary Hammond at 371-2395 or Christine Pitts at 346-9770.

Nominations should be returned to: Executive Women of the Palm Beaches, c/o WILA Nominations, 2701 N Australian Avenue, Suite #205, West Palm Beach, 33407.

The nominee must be available to attend the event. ¦

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