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Woman of Influence – Indianapolis Business Journal
This award recognizes local women from both the public and private sectors who have demonstrated professional excellence and leadership in their careers and community service.
Specifically, the Woman of Influence award recognizes women who are influential in their company or industry, have a solid reputation based on their experience, integrity, leadership, and have a track record of accomplishment.
Stanley K Lacy Executive Leadership Program, Class of 33
Each class year, 25 individuals are selected to participate in this highly competitive program, which seeks to expand the ranks of community leaders by teaching and motivating members to address the needs of central Indiana.
Class members are chosen because of their significant community involvement and professional achievement; their demonstrated interest in community issues; a record of participation and achievement in voluntary community activities; and their willingness to expand their leadership role in the community.
The Campaign School at Yale – Yale University
The Campaign School at Yale has one mission: increase the number and influence of women in elected and appointed office in the United States and around the globe. We are a nonpartisan, issue-neutral political campaign-training program.
TCSYale provides the very best training in the world for individuals who want to run for office or run a political campaign. An intense, boot-camp-style program is designed to teach the strategies essential to successful campaigns. Our curriculum is taught by the best, most experienced campaign operatives in the business.
Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series
Designed to develop and train, the Lugar Series strives to increase the number and influence of Republican women in elected and appointed positions at the local, state and federal levels.
Through a competitive selection process, the Lugar Series invites outstanding Hoosier women to take part in this leadership program. Each class is composed of distinguished women from various backgrounds and industries, who are committed to bettering their communities and advancing the GOP agenda.
Indy’s Best and Brightest – Healthcare Finalist
Indy’s Best and Brightest was created by Junior Achievement of Central Indiana to recognize up-and-coming talent and the next generation of leaders in our community. Indy’s Best & Brightest finalists serve as excellent role models to Junior Achievement students and youth in our community.
The event honors 100 of central Indiana’s most outstanding young professionals in 10 different industries. Finalists are judged on professional accomplishments and leadership qualities.
Gail Weldon Award of Excellence- National Athletic Trainers Association
The Gail Weldon Award of Excellence recognizes one athletic trainer in the United States each year who has displayed an exceptional commitment to mentoring, professional development and life balancing for women athletic trainers or significant contributions to improve the health care of females provided by athletic trainers.
Athletic Trainer Service Award – National Athletic Trainers Association
The Athletic Trainer Service award recognizes NATA members for their contributions to the athletic training profession as a volunteer at the local and state levels. ATSA recipients have been involved in professional associations, community organizations, grassroots public relations efforts and service as a volunteer athletic trainer.