Rising Leaders




Nominations Now Open For the 2018 Rising Leader Recognition Program

Do you know an emerging leader with unique drive and potential to make an impact? Someone poised to become - or is already - a leader in their field? Consider nominating them for this year's Rising Leaders Recognition Program.

 

The program aims to spotlight aspiring leaders for their skills today, and promise for tomorrow. Up to 15 winners will be selected by a panel of industry professionals. They will be recognized during ORGPRO, MSAE's annual convention in Detroit (July 10-12, 2018), and featured in Association IMPACT magazine

 

Additionally, only past and current Rising Leaders will be considered for the Emerging Leader Diamond Award, to be announced at our annual Diamond Awards Ceremony in September 2018.

 

Nominations are due by April 16, 2018.




Details and Qualifications

For the purposes of this award, an Emerging Professional is defined as a MSAE member up to 35 years of age and/or in their first 5 years of employment in the association or hospitality industry.



Questions?

Please contact Angela DeVries, MSAE Association Community Manager, or call 517-332-6723.


 

Rising Leader program aims to spotlight aspiring leaders for their skills today, and promise for tomorrow. Up to 15 recipients are selected each year by a panel of industry professionals. They are recognized during ORGPRO, MSAE's annual convention and featured in Association IMPACT magazine

 

Additionally, only past and current Rising Leaders will be considered for the Emerging Leader Diamond Award. This year the recipient will be to be announced at our annual Diamond Awards Ceremony in September 2018.

 

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