Nomination Deadline for Most Influential Women Awards Is Jan. 15

Nomination Deadline for Most Influential Women Awards Is Jan. 15

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) is reminding the collision repair industry that the nomination deadline for its Most Influential Women Award(s) is almost here.

Women's Industry Network

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) is reminding the collision repair industry that the nomination deadline for its Most Influential Women Award(s) is almost here.

As previously announced, nominations will be accepted through Jan. 15, and women working in any segment of the collision repair industry are eligible for consideration.

The winner(s) will be recognized at an awards gala held during the 2018 WIN Educational Conference, scheduled for May 7-9 in Indianapolis.

Established in 1999, the Most Influential Women program has recognized 88 women who have enriched the collision repair industry with their leadership, vision and commitment to excellence. WIN acquired stewardship of the program in 2013 and continues to evolve the program to align with WIN’s mission to “enhance the role of women in the industry.”

The award recognizes women for their leadership in four areas: industry influence; professional accomplishments; mentoring and support for others in the collision repair industry; and for going beyond the requirements of their professional lives to give back to their communities.

To access the 2018 nomination form, visit the WIN website.

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