Women of Achievement

The Women of Achievement Awards honors professional women in the public and private sectors who have made an impact in their careers and their communities, while encouraging the success of other women. Finalists and nominees are recognized at the annual Women of Achievement Awards luncheon. Recipients are nominated by their peers – individuals, businesses and organizations.If you would like to nominate a professional woman or organization for one of the following awards, please see our nomination guidelines included with each form.

Tickets on sale to Women's Network Members: April 10
Open registration: April 17

Founders' Awards
Honors Women's Network members for their outstanding contributions to Women’s Network and its mission.
Past recipients

Dorothy O. Jackson Award
Honors an area business or organization that has demonstrated excellence and leadership in their commitment to the empowerment of women and promotion of diversity in the workplace.
Past recipients  Application form and guidelines

Judith A. Resnik Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a female high school senior who has been accepted into an appropriate baccalaureate program at a four-year, accredited collage and is pursuing a career in math, science or engineering.
Past recipients Application form and guidelines

Emerging Leader Award
Honors a young professional woman, 25-39, whose contributions have impacted her industry and her community; who is a trendsetter and encourages success among women.
Past recipients  Application form and guidelines

Women of Professional Excellence Awards
Employers are given the opportunity to honor their own women professionals who exemplify high professional standards and achievements in the workplace and the community and who are committed to supporting and encouraging other women to be successful.
Sponsorship form and guidelines

Women of Achievement Award
Honors an exceptional woman professional selected for her history of going beyond her own personal and career accomplishments to encourage success among women, breaking down barriers, mentoring others, taking risks to overcome obstacles and support the progress of women. The winner is chosen from one of three finalists.
Past recipients Application form and guidelines

History of the awards
The Women of Achievement Awards were established in 1999 by the YWCA of Summit County to increase community awareness, understanding and appreciation of women and the doors they open for future generations. In 2005, Women’s Network, Inc. became the host for these prestigious community awards.

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