Perseverance ~ Role Model ~ Influential ~ Successful ~ Mentor
Deadline for Nominations December 22, 2019
7th Annual PRISM Awards Gala Evening and Fundraiser for Moose Jaw Transition House
Saturday, March 7, 2020 Tickets
Unveiling Event January 17, 2020 Tickets
Perseverance – This woman has overcome considerable obstacles and/or adversity in her quest for success. The nomination must include the details that show the nominee’s steadfastness, including the actions the nominee has taken to get past these obstacles/adversities to where she is today.
Role Model – This woman demonstrates great character and is regarded as someone who others wish to emulate. Examples can be derived from business, professional association or vocational environments. The nomination must outline the nominee’s role model characteristics in detail, highlighting specific actions the nominee has taken to have her regarded as a role model for others.
Influential – This woman has demonstrated her ability to win others over with her charismatic and/or convincing style. She is regarded as someone who “gets things done”. The nomination cites examples of the nominee’s ability to influence others to achieve goals and/or to overcome obstacles.
Successful – This woman has accomplished a specific goal, either from a business, health or volunteer perspective. The nomination must include what has been deemed her “success” and how she was able to reach this milestone.
Mentor – This woman is regarded as an experienced and trusted advisor. The nominee formally and/or informally mentors others. Examples can be derived from volunteering, service clubs, organizations or educational environments. The nomination must include the number of individuals mentored and the steps the nominee took to mentor their mentee(s) and how success in the process was evaluated.
PRISM Lifetime Award – The nominee has achieved significant success in 3 or more of the 5 categories, over 20+ years.
PRISM Youth Achievement – A young adult (19 or under) who is showing the qualities of an exceptional woman. The nominee has achieved significant success or growth in 3 or more of the 5 categories. Must be 19 years of age or younger as of Dec 31 2019