In honor of Women’s History Month, weVENTURE Women’s Business Center (WBC) is seeking nominations for the 2021 Women Who Rock Awards. Submission deadline is Friday, February 5, 2021.
The women and companies are nominated by their peers and the general public across five categories:
- Female Small Business Owner of the Year
- Excellence in Mentorship
- Women in the Workplace Champion Award
- Dr. Mary Helen McCay STEM Award
- Zonta Yellow Rose for Excellence in Community Service Award
On Tuesday, March 23, 2021, the winners will be recognized at a virtual event. Each nominee will be showcased from each of the categories before announcing the overall 2021 winners.
“Research has shown, COVID-19 Pandemic has had devastating effects on women in the workplace and been especially challenging for female entrepreneurs,” said weVENTURE WBC’s Executive Director Kathryn Rudloff.
“This year’s Women Who Rock Awards are an opportunity to celebrate local women who, despite a challenging year, are inspiring others through their work and leadership. We also want to recognize those local businesses who have helped support their female employees and have championed their success in the workplace,” Rudloff added.
To learn more about becoming a sponsor or nominating a woman or local business for one of the five awards, visit https://weventure.fit.edu/events/women-who-rock-awards/.
In 2007, Florida Tech created weVENTURE Women’s Business Center (WBC) to help accelerate growth for entrepreneurs by coaching, providing customized business education, networking programs, and mentorship.
In part, the WBC is funded through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. For more information, or to register for weVENTURE WBC courses and mentorship programs, visit: weventure.fit.edu or call 321-674-7007.
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