One of NCACPA’s most active member communities, the Women’s Initiative Group, recently created the Elevating Women Award. This award will recognize a male in the CPA profession who is actively supporting the advancement of women.
To submit a nomination, fill out the form linked below and provide supporting evidence of the nominee’s contributions to the profession and community. Specific criteria should be reviewed before submitting a nomination and documentation should include a letter describing why the nominee should be considered. In addition, a résumé and letter(s) of support are not required, but strongly recommended. Please note: The award recipient must be a member of NCACPA.
Individuals may submit more than one nomination (separate form required for each) and may also nominate themselves.
- This award will recognize a man who is actively supporting the advancement of women in the CPA profession
- Overcomes unconscious bias and promotes diversity and inclusion in their organization
- Demonstrates encouragement of workplace equality through support of females
- Created and/or implemented initiatives in the workplace (e.g. diversity & inclusion efforts, women’s groups, etc.) that help elevate women in the profession
- Goes above and beyond to insure equality within top management of their organization
- Acts or acted as a mentor to a female colleague
Complete and submit the nomination form below including supporting documentation as evidence of accomplishments. This may include letters of recommendation from supervisors, peers, mentees, students, or community organizations; authored articles or other written content; and a résumé or curriculum vitae. Recommendations from females who have been supported and / or female colleagues are highly encouraged.
For more information about the nomination process, membership status, requirements, or award criteria, contact Caroline Farmer, 919-469-1040, ext. 158 or by email at email@example.com.
Recipients of the awards will be recognized at the association’s Professional Women’s Conference on November 4, 2019.