Nominations Open Now For “Women Honoring Women”

Lakewood Women’s Club To Host Inaugural Spring Fundraiser
Nominations Open Now for “Women Honoring Women”

Lakewood Women’s Club is seeking nominations for its first annual spring fundraiser, “Women Honoring Women,” to be presented on Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at Georgetown Vosh in Lakewood, Ohio. The inaugural event will recognize outstanding women whose charitable and civic service has made an exceptional impact in Lakewood, Ohio.

The Women Honoring Women awards will recognize women for a variety of accomplishments from career to volunteer and philanthropic endeavors. In addition, a college scholarship award will be presented to an outstanding young woman who has made a significant impact in the community. 

The event will “…delight in the beauty of the butterfly [and celebrate] the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty (Maya Angelou).”

Award categories include:

Emerging Leader

This award honors a woman who has a proven track record of reaching ambitious or unconventional goals demonstrated by steady growth and leadership skills. She is willing to take risks, inspires and motivates others. She has "emerged from the chrysalis," overcome and excelled under challenges and demonstrated perseverance.

Distinguished Leader

This award will be given to a woman who has demonstrated outstanding contributions over a period of time to her community. She is a role model, community leader, mentor, or has broken new ground. She is an agent for change who, through her accomplishments, “will keep the lifecycle continuing” for those around her.

ALL NOMINATIONS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017

To download a nomination form please visit: http://www.lakewoodjuniors.com/women-honoring-women-2017

About The Lakewood Women’s Club

Founded in 1962, The Lakewood Women’s Club, formerly known as the Junior Women’s Club of Lakewood, is a nonprofit organization made up of emerging women leaders - from all ages and backgrounds - dedicated to building a healthier community through philanthropy and volunteerism. Our members promote grant-making, forge leadership skills, build camaraderie, and master having fun. For more information, please visit http://www.lakewoodwomensclub.com/.

Lissette Rivera is Account Director at Advance 360 and Public Relations Chair for Lakewood Women's Club. She is mother of Savanna Hepp, Harding Middle School and Karlo Hepp, Lakewood Catholic Academy.

Lissette Rivera

Account Director at Advance 360. Public Relations Chair for Lakewood Women's Club. Mother of Savanna Hepp (11), Harding Middle School and Karlo Hepp (9), Lakewood Catholic Academy. 

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