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Unsung Heroine Nomination
An Unsung Heroine is a woman who has demonstrated extraordinary dedication to issues that affect women at Emory or in the larger community, but whose efforts have not received publicity or formal recognition. The Center for Women at Emory created the Unsung Heroine Awards in 1998. Categories include awards for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, administrators, staff, retirees and alumnae.

Award winners are women who have:
 
·     Done significant community service work in the promotion of  safety, justice, and equity for girls and women.
·     Trailblazed in previously male-dominated environments.
·     Taken substantial risks to challenge sexism.
·     Served as role models or mentors for girls or women.
 
To nominate an alumna for an Unsung Heroine Award, please submit the form below (for alumnae submissions, click here). Submit a statement of no more than one 2-3 double spaced pages in Word document or PDF format with multiple examples describing how the Nominee has demonstrated extraordinary dedication to issues that affect women at Emory or in the larger community. If available, a resume, biography, or relevant news article may also be included with the submission. These items are helpful but not mandatory.

Email statement and any additional information (if included) to the
Center for Women. The subject line of the email should be: 2013 Unsung Heroine Nomination for (nominee name).



Nominator Information
Confirmation

Please check your information carefully for accuracy, and then click "Submit."

Additional supporting documents describing how the Nominee has demonstrated extraordinary dedication to issues that affect women at Emory or in the larger community and any questions can be directed to the Center for Women at cwe@emory.edu.