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Awards to Georgia Individuals to Acknowledge Accomplishments in the Areas of Business and Service to the Community

2023 Leaders in Corporate Citizenship Awards

Atlanta Business Chronicle


Agency: Foundation

GrantWatch ID #199771

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Awards to Georgia individuals in eligible regions to acknowledge accomplishments in the areas of business and service to the community. The purpose of the program is to recognize those individuals who advance social good as a part of their core operating strategies. Eligible individuals are those who work for businesses in Atlanta.

The Leaders in Corporate Citizenship Awards will honor individuals who have demonstrated a strong commitment to corporate responsibility practices and are actively engaged in supporting and expanding those efforts. These awards highlight individuals who have integrated relevant societal concerns into their core operating strategies and embraced them as positive for businesses, customers, employees and their communities.

For generations, the Atlanta business community has been built by individuals who are not only outstanding businesspeople but outstanding people who serve their communities. Atlanta Business Chronicle is honoring those individuals who demonstrate how servant leadership has made the greatest impact on both the community and who help their organizations achieve business success.

Categories:

  • Ann Cramer Lifetime Achievement – The Ann Cramer Lifetime Achievement Award honors an outstanding corporate citizen who has achieved a lifetime of service to the community. Past recipients include Cramer, Hala Moddelmog, and Thomas Dortch Jr.
  • Board Champion – A public or private company director who uses their position on a board to help drive philanthropy, employee volunteerism and a personal commitment to giving back to the Atlanta community.
  • Cause Marketer of the Year – An individual who developed a comprehensive marketing campaign that created the most impactful awareness and engagement supporting supporting a cause, such as the importance of cancer screening
  • Corporate Citizen of the Year – An employee outside of the C-suite who exemplifies their organization’s commitment to community engagement.
  • Executive Champion - Large company (500+ employees based metro Atlanta) – A large company leader who exemplifies the ability to inspire and engage employees in social good by creating a company culture that embraces philanthropy, employee volunteerism and personal commitment to giving back to the Atlanta community.
  • Executive Champion - Small company (1-499 employees based in metro Atlanta) – A small company leader who exemplifies the ability to inspire and engage employees in social good by creating a company culture that embraces philanthropy, employee volunteerism and personal commitment to giving back to the Atlanta community.
  • Rising Star – An individual under age 35 who has already made a measurable impact in their organization’s mission and programs to give back to the Atlanta community.
  • Social Entrepreneur – A founder or co-founder of a for-profit company that created the most impactful and innovative approach to create positive change in 2021.
  • Top Practitioner – An individual whose job responsibilities include leadership in corporate social responsibility, sustainability, philanthropy and/or volunteerism who has gone above and beyond to grow their organization’s impact on the Atlanta community.

Nomination Benefits:

There are many internal and external benefits of such recognition. Here are just a few:

  • Being selected for this award sends a message of success to employees and prospective employees and gives a company the chance to recognize workers for their contribution to the business’s success.
  • Honorees will be profiled in a special printed section of Atlanta Business Chronicle and in the online edition.
  • Recognition at this event can set a business apart from its competitors and make the business more visible in the community and to potential partners.
  • A nomination is a great way for service providers to show their clients that they think they are special and worthy of broad, public recognition.
  • The awards event will be a wonderful opportunity to build contacts, meet and network with other nominees, service providers and community business leaders.

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Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Individuals who have demonstrated a strong commitment to corporate responsibility practices and are actively engaged in supporting and expanding those efforts are eligible to be nominated.

Pre-Application Information:

Deadline: Friday, December 2, 2022

Winners will be honored at the awards ceremony on February 16, 2023 and profiled in a special section of Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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Winners will be honored at the awards ceremony on February 16, 2023 and profiled in a special section of Atlanta Business Chronicle.

Contact Information:

Submit a nomination online: https://www.bizjournals.com/register/atlanta?r=https://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/nomination/87051/2023/2023-leaders-in-corporate-citizenship-awards#/

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