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Women in International Education Awards 2018

Do you know anyone who deserves recognition?

Do you want to raise your own profile?

Then enter the Women in International Education Awards 2018 – to be held on 3rd November 2018, at the Hotel Intercontinental in Berlin.

 

Benefits to entering the WIE Awards –

  • Fulfill your business and personal potential
  • Receive the recognition you deserve or recognise someone else that deserves praise
  • Attract new business or potential opportunities

You can nominate yourself, or someone else for the following awards

There will be three shortlisted in each category, and each shortlisted person/company will receive either a Gold (winner), Silver or Bronze award.

Entries close at 6pm on 14th September 2018.

Inspirational Woman of the Year 2018

For a woman who has inspired others, maybe done something out of the ordinary to help others, a role model in the workplace.Maybe she has battled against enormous odds, and yet still continues to contribute to the workplace.

Inspirational Woman of the Year 2017 was won by: Isabel Vogt, ICEF & Jenny Nieveen, OHLA

Enlightened Employer Award 2018

Supporting women in the workplace
For companies of any size that have shown exceptional commitment to gender equality in the workplace. They will be able to demonstrate a forward-thinking, proactive and creative approach to enabling women to realise their full potential. This could include taking action in areas such as recruitment, employee recognition and development, flexible working, helping women returning to the workplace or any other ways of creating a positive and inclusive workplace culture which enables women to excel.

Enlightened Employer Award 2017 was won by: ILAC

The Rosemary Quinn Lifetime Achievement Award 2018

For a woman who has been ahead of her time in all aspects of business for some considerable time.

The Rosemary Quinn Lifetime Achievement Award 2017 was won by: Madeleine Semidei-Koetter, did deutsch-institut, Germany

Woman Business Owner/MD of the Year 2018

To qualify for the award nominee must own at least 10% of the business or been working in a full time senior management level position within the company at least 12 months in the last 24 months.

Woman Business Owner/MD of the Year 2017 was won by: Amy Baker, The PIE

Best Champion of Change of the Year 2018

This award is to recognise a man who has demonstrated their ability and commitment to raising the value of diversity and inclusiveness in their work environment. The successful candidate will be able to show how their ability to influence or bring about cultural change in the workplace has given rise to more support for gender diversity and equality.

Best Champion of Change of the Year 2017 was won by: Andrew Nye, Cambridge Assessment English

Rising Star of the Year 2018

(must be under 35 on 1 November 2017) – for the woman under 35 who has shown ambition and determination in the workplace.

Rising Star of the Year 2017 was won by: Gabriela Rana, World Study, Brazil

Best New Business/Start Up of the Year 2018

Best New Business/Start Up of the Year which are owned or part owned by a woman. (business must be less than 12 months old on 1 November 2017)

Best New Business/Start Up of the Year 2017 was won by: Hannah Alexander-Wright

Mentor of the Year 2018

The Mentor of the Year will be a male or a female who has gone the extra mile as a mentor of women in business, or young businesses over the past year. The winner will have shown willingness to volunteer their time to supporting one or more new or growing businesses and/or supporting one or more individuals in their chosen career. They will be inspiring and dedicated to diversity and inclusion.

Mentor of the Year 2017 was won by: Jon Kolber, ILAC, Canada

Teacher/Academic Director of the Year 2018

We are looking for a woman working in education who has gone that extra mile for children, teenagers or students.

Teacher/Academic Director of the Year 2017 was won by: Melanie Johnson, EC

Charitable Endeavour of the Year 2018

For an individual or business who has campaigned to help underprivileged women

Charitable Endeavour of the Year 2017 was won by: ILSC

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