Question 1: Describe the challenges that your nominee’s organization faced during 2021, how she approached them, and the resultant impact of her leadership on the organization and its stakeholders. Provide specific examples of how leadership was demonstrated including, for example, process improvement, customer outreach, or mentoring initiatives. (about 300 Words)
Question 2: What hurdles did your nominee encounter during this process?
Question 3: What takeaways could others learn from your nominee’s achievements?From December 1 through January 31, CBIZ will be accepting nominations for the 2022 award. Finalists will be announced on March 8, International Women’s Day. At a virtual event at the end of April, the finalists will be recognized and the winners will be announced.
Dr. Kimberly Beatty, Chancellor, Metropolitan Community College
Julie Brandle, President, Metis Construction Services
Danielle David, Chief People Officer, CRM
Emilia DiMenco, President and Chief Executive Officer, Women's Business Development Center
Jennifer Docherty, Managing Director and Associate General Counsel, Piper Sandler Companies
Lisa Ginter, Chief Executive Officer, CommunityAmerica Credit Union
Robin Potts, Chief Financial Officer, Harvesters Community Food Network
Ellen Purdy, Chief Financial Officer, Office Practicum
Sherronda Rhyan, Director of Finance, Church Health Center