2019 Tribute to Leadership Nominations

Since 1994, YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix has hosted the YWCA Tribute event to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of leaders in our community who strive to improve the lives of women and girls through leadership, advocacy, and community service.

This year’s event will recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of those distinguished individuals who embrace the YWCA’s mission of eliminating racism and empowering women.

The 25th Annual Silver Anniversary Tribute to Leadership Luncheon is scheduled for Friday, February 21, 2019.

Nominee Criteria

The candidate must exhibit and embody the mission of the YWCA:  Eliminating Racism and Empowering Women and Promoting Peace, Justice, Freedom and Dignity for all.  The YWCA advocates for justice worldwide for women and their families. Candidates should be leaders who champion civil rights, diversity, social justice, and programs to empower women.

Nominating Procedure

Nominations must be completed in full.  Nominations can be submitted below, mailed or delivered to the YWCA. Please attach a current resume for your nominee in addition to your contact information.

Nominations must be received by the YWCA by 5:00 p.m. Friday, September 8, 2018. You may include additional documents to support the nomination.  Please do not submit original photographs as supporting documents will not be returned.

You have 2 options for nominations this year:

  1. Fill out the information below to submit online.
  2. Download and mail to Arizona YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix
    ATTN: Tribute 2019 Nominations
    2999 North 44th Street, Suite 250, Phoenix, AZ  85018
    Download PDF version of Nomination Form
    Download Word Doc version of Nomination Form

Nomination Application 2019

For more information regarding Tribute to Leadership or questions about nomination forms, please contact Liz Garlieb at liz.garlieb@ywcaaz.org or call 602-258-0990 ext 16.

Step 1 of 4 - Nomination Category

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  • Advocacy Leader - A woman who is making a substantial contribution to mobilize, overcome barriers, and serves as a champion of public good.

    Community Service, Corporate Leader - A woman who, as a corporate leader, exhibits passion and initiative and empowers women. A woman whose accomplishments inspire commitment to create positive change by empowering women and/or promoting gender equality.

    First Responder Leader - A woman who has served or is currently serving with the police, fire, or other emergency services, and has promoted equal rights and the empowerment of women.

    Racial Justice Leader - A woman who serves as a champion for diversity and civil rights.

    Please choose the category for which you are submitting the nomination.