NHBR seeks ‘Outstanding Women in Business’
They are executives leading strong companies. They are visionary entrepreneurs creating innovation. They are anchors in the community, making a difference for the greater good.
They are the New Hampshire Business Review 2006 Outstanding Women in Business.
New Hampshire Business Review and Laconia Savings Bank are seeking nominations of women whose achievements, success, commitment and vision make them true leaders in their chosen fields.
The New Hampshire Business Review 2006 Outstanding Women in Business Awards will be presented to six women at a reception 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 2, 2006, at the Bedford Village Inn.
“With so many of our state’s most successful businesses and nonprofits led by women, we felt it was time to honor those who are doing a truly remarkable job and have such a large impact on both our state’s economy and communities,” said Jeff Feingold, editor of the Business Review.
Nomination forms will be available at www.nhbr.com or in print editions of the Business Review.
Nominations should include:
o A brief biography of the nominee, with special attention paid to her business and professional career and accomplishments
o The nominee’s personal contribution to her business’s success
o A particular challenge the nominee faced in her career and how that challenge was met
o The nominee’s impact within her industry in terms of personal and professional growth, her role in key decision-making and advocacy for women in the workplace.
o The nominee’s involvement in her local community as well as membership in civic, industry and professional organizations. Include awards won, offices held and other special accomplishments.
o Any other reasons are there for this person to be considered for an Outstanding Women in Business Award.
Deadline for submitting nominations is Jan. 6, 2006.
For more information, call Feingold at 603-413-5118. — NHBR STAFF