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Past Women of Impact honorees
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.
4. When will the Women of Impact winners be announced?
They were announced on Aug. 18 and will be featured in a special section of El Paso Inc. Magazine fall issue.
5. When is the awards ceremony?
Awards breakfast is scheduled for Tuesday, October 8 with the reception at 7:30 a.m. and program at 8:30 a.m.
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