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National Award for Women Community Leaders


Monday, 10th September 2007 at 2:16 pm
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The Australian Virtual Centre for Leadership for Women (CLW) has announced its 2008 National Leadership Achievement Awards.

Monday, 10th September 2007
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National Award for Women Community Leaders
Monday, 10th September 2007 at 2:16 pm

National Award for Women Community Leaders

The Australian Virtual Centre for Leadership for Women (CLW) has announced its 2008 National Leadership Achievement Awards.

The CLW Leadership Achievement Award has been established to recognise women in the community who use their own initiative to create and implement projects for the benefit of the community.

Entrants can nominate themselves or be nominated by others. There is no fee for entry. This Award is unique in that it is a nation wide award for women who take on voluntary leadership roles in the community.

Winner of the 2007 Leadership Achievement Award for Women, Emma Kirkwood, Founder of the Stillbirth Foundation said when receiving her award that Centre was a fabulous resource for women working on a voluntary basis in the community.

ANZ, Australia Post and Avril Henry Pty Ltd are Gold Sponsors and Living Now Magazine is the Silver Sponsor of the Award which is in its third year.

Bronze Sponsors are Leadership Victoria, Sydney Leadership Centre of the Benevolent Society, Melbourne Junior Chamber of Commerce and Australian Policy Online. The winner, finalist and 4 short-listed candidates receive prize money and CLW Membership benefits and promotion of their achievements.

Applications close on 22 December 2007.

Details of this Award including previous winners can be found at: CLW Leadership Achievement Award. You can access the application at www.leadershipforwomen.com.au




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