|Excellence in Advocacy Awards Peer Judge Application|
Excellence in Advocacy Awards Peer Judge Application
Application closes on June 1.
Volunteering to serve on the Advocacy Awards Peer Judge Selection Committee is a rewarding and uplifting experience. Everyday advocates across the country are dedicating themselves to representing their industry, cause or organization in the public policy arena. As a peer judge you are elevating your professional status as a champion of women and excellence in advocacy. You will also receive recognition at the awards program and in marketing materials. You must be a WGR member in good standing to serve. Learn more about the Excellence in Advocacy Awards Reception on November 9, 2020 here.
The Excellence in Advocacy Awards Peer Judges will be part of a selection committee that will select finalists for the 2020 Excellence in Advocacy Awards. Committee members will be asked to review nominations from one of six categories:
Selection committee members will be asked to review and evaluate nominations based on set criteria. Committee members will review all nominations in their category and attend a selection meeting (in person or virtual) with peer reviewers in their category to select the finalists. Once finalists are selected in the first round of judging, the Bryce Harlow Foundation will select the final awardees.
Peer Judge Responsibilities
New this year is the opportunity to take on a larger role in the process as a Peer Judge Award Ambassador. Six Peer Judges will be designated Awards Ambassadors. Ambassadors will be advocates of the awards program and manage the review process for an awards category. Time Commitment is 2-4 hours per month from June to December.
Ambassador Responsibilities (in addition to those listed in the Peer Judge description):
If you are interested in serving as an Ambassador please indicate on application form.
The Peer Judge form closes on June 1 and selected participants will be contacted in early June.