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Austin Business Journal
Awards to Texas women to recognize exceptional business leadership in eligible locations. The purpose of the awards program is to honor women business leaders for their accomplishments in leadership, community involvement, company success, and career advancement. Women impacting the Central Texas business community may be nominated.
The 2022 Women in Business awards will recognize women in Central Texas who have forged their own path and developed their own leadership principles. These women have something to offer the next generation of women leaders. They have made a difference in their communities, blazed new trails and are leaving a mark on Central Texas business.
The Women in Business finalists will be selected by a panel of Central Texas industry experts and Women in Business / Profiles in Power alumna. Judges will select one Rising Star, which will honor one woman 30 or under for her achievements thus far and up to five outstanding candidates will be named the 2022 Women in Business.
Judges are looking for specific emphasis on career advancement, present company success, business leadership and community involvement. Distinctions should include community involvement balanced with business and personal success.
Leadership Characteristics for Women in Business:
Entrepreneur: women who are the chief executive, president or founder of a company or business venture that they helped start, build or significantly grow; women who through new ideas and hard work, are keeping a family-owned business thriving and relevant for another generation.
Industry Standout: women who stand out in their industry who are bringing fresh thinking to our world. This could include education, medical, environmental, music and film, real estate, technology, engineers and more.
Mentor: women who enrich and inspire the lives and careers of others by sharing their experience and wisdom with those who work with and around them or have influenced others to take charge.
Quiet Leader: women who -- though they may not have the big title or corner office – are a driving force behind the success of their employer.
Nonprofit/Government Leader: women who display high energy and skill in a leadership role at a nonprofit organization or women who have made or are making a difference in government policies or laws that impact business and industry.
GrantWatch ID#: 203124
1 Rising Star; Up to 5 Women in Business candidate
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To nominate online: https://www.bizjournals.com/login/austin?r=https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/nomination/86483/2022/women-in-business-formerly-profiles-in-power#/
For nomination questions, contact Rachel McGrath at email@example.com.
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Austin, TX 78701
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