Every year, Womanition women nominate other women across Alberta deserving of recognition for their contributions in various categories. Award judges are not associated with Womanition, and they volunteer their time to read each of the nominee’s biographies and vote to determine the winners in each of the categories.
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A pearl starts as a foreign particle; over time, concentrated layers of crystalline aragonite surround it. They are highly valued as gemstones—admired for their iridescence, luster and naturally occurring spherical shape! Pearls in her Profession!
What a perfect metaphor for female entrepreneurs! Like the small particle that begins of Pearl… we start out with a will to succeed… then create our persona through the many layers of experiences and skills we amass!
Alone, we shine… however, our feminine nature is to share ideas… bringing us together to form a “String of Pearls”… strong, sophisticated, complex, and flexible! Over time, a single pearl can evolve into an iridescent beauty and gain admiration… and in the same way, one special person can ignite the world around us to such an extent that we feel compelled to honour her achievements!
She is an immigrant and now a Canadian Citizen who is making a difference in the lives of others and/or her community.
She must run a successful new or home-based business for 1 - 5 years.
This award recognizes a woman in the construction field where women serve as a powerful inspiration to countless others. Example: architects, engineers, electricians, builders, etc.
She must be in the health and wellness business, providing people with outstanding results.
The award recognizes women who inspire and motivate others through their volunteer efforts. These committed women give of their time and talents freely and tirelessly for the benefit of others and the community.
This award recognizes women who inspire others with their passion for personal growth, development and life-long learning. Through the education system, employee training and development, mentorship, community education or other alternatives, they develop innovative programs and/or build a strong rapport with community members to foster learning in a broader sense.
This award recognizes a woman who has a broad range of skills and talent in order to contribute to a modern economy. Ex: Public Speaker, Salesperson, Networker, Leader, Graphic Designer, Marketer, Human Resources, Athlete, Polyglot, Hairstylist, Coaching, Politics, Media, etc.
This award recognizes a woman who is a great leader and who elevates her team and her customers. Must run a successful business for more than 5 years.
This award recognizes a young woman, 13 – 21 years of age, who has excelled in education, or athletic ability, or community service and entrepreneurship, etc.
“I love the support I get from other women and I have met some wonderful ladies who are like me and just moving their companies forward. This group fills a great need that is out there - women supporting other women in succeeding in thing goals and dreams.” -Lydia Dahl