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NOMINATIONS - PD IMPRINT AWARD

DEADLINE: March 31, 2021

The Imprint  Awards recognize women who have attained the pinnacle of their calling or are accomplishing significant achievements no matter the stage in their career, and have reached out to guide others along the path to personal and professional success and exemplify high standards in their careers. 

After nominations have been submitted, two women will be selected based on the criteria below. Nomination/Selection Committee by 11:59 PM (CST) on Wednesday, March 31, 2021. Any nominations received after that time will not be considered. All nominations not selected as Imprint  Award recipients are eligible for resubmission to be considered for the award in a future year. 

IMPRINT AWARD NOMINATION CRITERIA

Professional Career Accomplishments: 

  1. Exceptional achievement in career 
  2. Significant contribution to field or endeavor 
  3. Recognition by others as expert in field 
  4. High level of responsibility and results 
  5. Pursuit of formal education, i.e. B.A., M.A., PhD, M.D., J.D., etc. 
  6. Demonstrated commitment to continuous learning and thought leadership 

Spirit of Professional Dimensions:

  1. Recognition of a trailblazer, visionary, innovator 
  2. Demonstrated ability to overcome obstacles, crisis or personal challenge 
  3. Demonstrates varied talents and interest
  4. Encouragement of the advancement of women 
  5. Possess a positive and unifying presence and creates a collegial atmosphere in the workplace and community 

Civic & Community Leadership: 

  1. Leadership in a not-for-profit project, organization or agency dedicated to the greater good of the community 
  2. Commitment to diversity of involvement as it relates to people served 

REQUIRED MATERIALS

  1. Nomination Form must be completed by the nominator who knows the nominee through a professional experience, i.e. professional organization(s), volunteerism, mentor/mentee relationship, etc.  Click here to download
  2. Nominee’s Biography (maximum three pages) must be completed by the nominator that includes the following: (a) Professional Career Accomplishments; (b) Spirit of Professional Dimensions and © Civic & Community Leadership.  Questions to consider: What is the introspective/reflective nature of the nominee?  Basically, who is she? What does she represent?  What are her core values? What accomplishment is she most proud of? What will her legacy be in the community? What impact has she made on others?
  3. Nominee’s resume or curriculum vitae or a comprehensive LinkedIn Profile can be used when other documents are unavailable.
  4. Supporting Documents: new features, published articles, awards received, etc. (optional)
Nominations can be sent to the Professional Dimensions office, info@professionaldimensions.org, with the subject line "Imprint Nomination."





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