Monday, August 13, 2012

Business Review seeks Woman of the Year nominees

The Idaho Business Review (to which I occasionally contribute) is seeking nominees for its Woman of the Year award. Nominations are open through Dec. 1, with a banquet to follow in February 2013.

This will be the second year for the award, which seeks to honor women from the public, private, and charitable business sectors, focusing on both the accomplishments and struggles that have contributed to their unique experiences.

Highlighting work ethics, innovation and balance, the IBR honors 50 of the nominees at an awards dinner, which will be held Feb. 26 at the Riverside Hotel in Boise. The winner's name will be announced at the event. All honorees will be profiled in a special magazine, which will be available to subscribers and people attending the banquet.

Among the honorees earlier this year, there was at least one from eastern Idaho, Lorena Murdock of Bonneville Joint School District 93. Anyone wishing to make a nomination can go to this link: http://idahobusinessreview.com/events/woy/nominate/http://idahobusinessreview.com/events/woy/nominate/

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