Due to the abundance of caution given the unknowns involving the COVID-19 coronavirus, the 2020 Insight Women of Influence Awards Luncheon is being postponed. We will keep everyone updated as plans are finalized for the rescheduled event. Thank you for your understanding.
Insight Publications is hosting the inaugural Insight Women of Influence Awards Luncheon on March 31 at the Best Western Premier Bridgewood Resort Hotel in Neenah to recognize women making a difference in the New North. More than 80 women were nominated for this year’s awards.
We invite you to join us at this special event celebrating these women who are making a difference in our communities.
11 a.m. Registration and networking
11:30 a.m. Lunch, with music provided by Natural Satellite
12:15 p.m. Awards presentation
*All ticket sales are final
This inaugural event exceeded our expectations and tickets are currently sold out. If you would like to join our waiting list, click below. If you have any questions about your registration, please reach out to Andrew Schaick in the Insight office at (920) 560-3780.
You should nominate a woman who is an established business leader, entrepreneur, community leader or up-and-comer who has blazed a trail in the business world. We’re looking for quantifiable results and compelling stories to tell our readers. Keep in mind, multiple nominations for the same person do not enhance the nominee’s chances of being selected as a winner.
Yes, self nominations are encouraged.
This is a chance to honor a peer or someone you admire. It is also an opportunity to share an inspiring story of success with others. If you know someone who serves as an example to you, this is your chance to help share that person’s story with a larger audience.
Winners are selected by a panel of anonymous judges and Insight staff members based on the review of the nomination forms. Judges will be looking for a compelling story about women business leaders throughout the New North.
The best nominations will share a woman’s unique talents, community involvement and achievements. The adage “show, don’t tell” applies here: Use concrete examples to persuade the judges that the nominee has made a mark on the New North business community. The best nominations are clear, concise and complete, providing details that substantiate a nominee’s success.
The judges look for specific examples from the nominee’s professional life and community involvement. They look for examples of accomplishment and upward mobility. It is important to “show” the judges rather than “tell” them. For example, “Sue Smith opened six new stores and provided more than $50,000 in scholarship funds last year to local high school students” rather than “Chris Smith grew the business into the best in the area and has helped many students go to college.” Basically, the judges look for inspiring stories about women who are making a difference in their industries and community.
Any woman who works in the New North, an 18-county region in Northeast Wisconsin.