The United Method of Acadiana introduced Friday that nominations are actually open for the 2021 Girls Who Imply Enterprise Awards.
The awards have been offered to ladies energetic in enterprise, legislation, medication, schooling, hospitality, retail, media, insurance coverage, banking, non-profits, public service, and oil and fuel since 1999.
In 2004, The United Method of Acadiana created the Trailblazer Award to acknowledge retired or semi-retired ladies who paved the best way for future generations.
“We’re proud to proceed our assist of United Method’s Girls Who Imply Enterprise. United Method has discovered a significant approach of honoring these ladies who’re powerhouses in our neighborhood, and we need to champion these efforts,” mentioned Natalie Lemoine, Sr. Vice President and Advertising and marketing Director for Dwelling Financial institution.
Nominations opened on Friday, July 16, and can run by way of Sunday, August 22, 2021, at midnight.
An awards ceremony shall be held on October 13 at 6:00 pm at Le Pavillon in Lafayette.
Nominations are for ladies who’ve made a major influence of their workplaces who reside and/or work in United Method of Acadiana’s service space, which incorporates Acadia, Lafayette, St. Martin, and Vermilion parishes.
“We’re excited for the chance to host this occasion in particular person this yr and to honor the exemplary ladies in our neighborhood,” mentioned United Method of Acadiana President and CEO Carlee Alm-LaBar, “The Girls Who Imply Enterprise Awards give our neighborhood an opportunity to rejoice these ladies in our area who’re advancing our neighborhood with their efforts each day, and we’re proud to play a small half in recognizing their achievements.”
Nomination could be made at unitedwayofacadiana.org/wwmb2021.
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