CONTRIBUTION TO WOMEN IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT AWARD
The Contribution to Women in Project Management Award is presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the development and promotion of women in project management.
Nominations may be originated by the nominee themselves, or by the nominee’s employer, colleagues, team members or customer.
The awards judges will evaluate each nomination against the following:
- The person has been an outstanding role model for Women in Project Management in Australia in the year preceding the award cut-off date; and / or
- The person has undertaken activities which advanced the participation and standing of Women in Project Management.
The initial nominations for Contribution to Women in Project Management Award will need to provide contact information and responses to three key questions:
Please describe why the nominee is an outstanding role model for women in the Project Management Profession.
Provide some context to the nomination by describing what makes the nominee an outstanding role model. Nominations are not limited to women.
Please describe the activities undertaken which helped advance the participation and standing of Women in Project Management.
Provide details of activities undertaken. Please note the activities do not have to be specifically targeted at women. An example is coaching PMP preparation courses which is open to men and women but will help advance any female participants in the Project Management Profession.
What specifically motivated you to nominate the nominee for the PMI Australia Contribution to Women in Project Management Award?
Please provide any additional information which you feel makes the nominee an outstanding candidate for this award.