The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce presents a number of awards each year. These awards include the ATHENA Award, which honors professional and community leadership; the Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors a woman who has made a significant impact on women in her community; and the Young Professional Award, which honors an emerging leader with excellent leadership qualities. The Chamber is accepting nominations for the Young Professional Award and Lifetime Achievement Award until July 15, 2009.
About the Young Professional Award
The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Young Professional Award recognizes the efforts of an outstanding Colorado young professional woman who demonstrates significant accomplishments in her career and has contributed to the business community. This emerging leader pursues excellence and possesses leadership qualities, creativity, and is a role model to other young professionals. Additionally, she works to improve the quality of life of others through community service. To be eligible, a candidate must be a professional woman working in Colorado and must be 39 years of age or younger. To download the form in Word, visit www.cwcc.org/word/YP_Award_Nomination_Form_09web.doc.
About the Lifetime Achievement Award
The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes the efforts of a woman who has demonstrated significant leadership and has made an impact on women in her community. She has contributed a body of work that has made an effective change in segments of her community. She must be a member of the community for at least five years. To download the form in Word, visit www.cwcc.org/word/Lifetime_Achievement_Award_Nomination_Form_09web.doc.
For more information on the awards, contact Elizabeth Leake, Event & Project Manager at 303-458-0220 or email@example.com