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DEADLINE EXTENDED! Nominations for Linkage’s Executive Advocate for Women in Leadership Award

July 14, 2015 Rachael Marangu

Based on responses we have received and requests for an extension to our nomination deadline, Linkage is pleased to extend its deadline for nominating an executive who goes the extra mile in advocating for women leaders in his/her organization, for its Executive Advocate for Women in Leadership Award.

Do you work with an executive who’s committed to advancing women leaders and is making a difference in your organization? Here is your chance to help them get the recognition they deserve.

Every year, Linkage’s Executive Advocate for Women in Leadership Award is presented to an executive who goes above and beyond his or her job description to support and advance the women leaders in their organization. Past winners include Marie Andel of CSAA Insurance Group for the instrumental role she played in increasing female representation in top executive positions, as well as building an award-winning, company-wide diversity program. Since the vision and spirit of the award is to recognize executives who have demonstrated a deep commitment to advancing women leaders, we strongly encourage the nomination of both men and women for the award. George Borst, former President and CEO of Toyota Financial Services has also been honored for his efforts to advance women leaders.

Share your executive’s passion and drive for change in the nomination form below. We look forward to hearing why the executive leader you work is deserving of the Executive Advocate for Women in Leadership Award. The deadline for entries is Monday, August 10, 2015 at 5 PM PT. Our winner will be announced in early September, and the award will be presented at Linkage’s 2015 Women in Leadership Institute in Phoenix, AZ on November 4, 2015.

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