Recognizing outstanding El Paso women who have made a real and significant impact on the local community.
Now accepting nominations and applications for the 2019 Women of Impact.
Deadline for nominations is June 14, 2019
If you wish to nominate a candidate you can email or call El Paso Inc. and we will follow up directly with the candidate providing her this form for completion. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Who selects the Women of Impact winners?
The El Paso Inc. editorial board conducts the first round of scoring to determine the finalists. A panel of past Women of Impact honorees evaluate the finalists independently and determine the winners.
2. How are candidates evaluated? The selection committees scores all applications in these four areas:
- Local impact: The effect the nominee’s efforts have had on the local community
- Level of involvement: The time spent.
Breadth of reach: Scope of activities or projects (how wide reaching the person is).
- Professional achievements: Up to and including family; a homemaker is a profession.
3. Can I resubmit my form from last year?
Yes. We have them on file and can send them to you for your updates.
4. When will the Women of Impact winners be announced?
They will selected in July and announced in August.
5. When is the awards ceremony?
Awards breakfast is tentatively scheduled for mid September.
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