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Arizona American Indian Excellence in Leadership Awards Adult Nomination

Nomination must be received by June 30, 2017 at Midnight

All awardees MUST be present for this event scheduled for November 14, 2017!

Nominations are open to the general public. Co-workers, friends, family, businesses, and organizations may nominate an individual. Once the completed form has been received, the Phoenix Indian Center will contact the nominee to congratulate them and obtain additional required information.


ADULT AWARD CATEGORIES & QUALIFICATIONS 2017

MAN of the YEAR AWARD: Individuals must be American Indian and have demonstrated dedication, leadership and commitment to the advancement, promotion, and development of the cultural, educational, social, economic, or political welfare of the American Indian Community.

WOMAN of the YEAR AWARD: Individuals must be American Indian and have demonstrated dedication, leadership and commitment to the advancement, promotion, and development of the cultural, educational, social, economic, or political welfare of the American Indian Community.

BUSINESS of the YEAR AWARD: The business must be American Indian owned and have provided significant contributions to the American Indian Community in the area of economic development or philanthropy.

FRIEND of the COMMUNITY AWARD: Individuals of non-American Indian decent or non-American Indian owned business that have shown a long-standing commitment to the American Indian Community through their leadership and service.

KENT C.WARE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Individuals must be American Indian males and have provided significant contribution to the American Indian Community throughout their career/life.  These contributions may be cultural, educational, social, economic, political, business or any other areas that impact the lives of American Indian Community.

PHYLLIS J. BIGPOND LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Individuals must be American Indian females and have provided significant contribution to the American Indian Community throughout their career/life.  These contributions may be cultural, educational, social, economic, political, business or any other areas that impact the lives of American Indian Community

VOLUNTEER of the YEAR AWARD:

Individuals must be American Indian male or female adults (ages 18 and older ) whose volunteer efforts have shown outstanding impact and contribution to the general community in the areas of extent of commitment; accomplishments; dedication; and special achievements.


  • Please refrain from using the nominee’s name, gender or organization when answering questions #5 and #6.  Instead, use the terms “the nominee” “this person” or “this individual.
  • Incomplete Nomination Forms will be DISQUALIFIED.
  • It is most helpful if the nominee is included in the process of gathering and providing information

NOMINATE TODAY!  Nominations will not be accepted after Midnight on June 30, 2017


 

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