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2015 Influential Women In Housing

2015 Influential Women In Housing
Influential
Influential

This August, HousingWire will honor high-achieving women across the U.S. housing economy – from residential mortgage lending, servicing and investments to residential real estate.

This unique annual program – now in its fifth year – was the first such national effort of its kind, launched to recognize the significant contributions of women to both mortgage banking and real estate. HousingWire is honored to have led the way. 

View 2014 Honorees
View 2014 Honorees

The 2015 Influential Women in Housing program will recognize the outstanding efforts of women in driving the U.S. housing economy forward.

The honors are given to individuals who are making notable contributions to both their businesses and to the industry at-large – with a specific focus on contributions made in the most recent 12 months. Their energy, ideas, achievements, as well as commitment to excellence and progress give us a look at the future of the industry.

If you know a woman making such an impact — and it could even be you! — Please complete the nomination process.

Details


  • The 2015 nomination fee is $399, which covers costs associated with editorial review and production, as well as custom awards and photography for this year's honorees.
  • Nominations are now closed and no new nominations will be accepted.
  • 2015 honorees will be profiled in the August 2015, issue of HW Magazine
  • The 2015 honorees will receive:
    » Profile in August 2015 issue of HousingWire Magazine
    » Year-long recognition on HousingWire.com
    » Free photography session, including receiving a corporate headshot for individual use*
    » A custom-made plaque recognizing them for their achievement

* PLEASE NOTE: Free photography session to be held in Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Honorees responsible for their own travel, lodging and related expenses.

Frequently Asked Questions


What are the qualifications for consideration?

First and foremost, we are looking for professional success over the last 12-months. This is not a lifetime achievement program. Must work full time within the U.S. housing economy: lending, servicing, investments, or real estate.

Who decides who will be recognized as a 2015 Influential Women in Housing honoree?

A panel of HousingWire’s editors and reporters will decide.

How can I nominate someone?

Nominations must be submitted online, see above link.

Why is there a nomination fee?

This is the first year we are asking for a nomination fee up front – it covers editorial time, as well as the selected honoree package.

Those selected to this year’s class of Influential Women in Housing will receive a customized winner’s package that includes a gorgeous handmade plaque, recognition in both the August 2015 issue of HousingWire Magazine and year-long recognition on HousingWire.com. It also includes a free corporate photography session, at selected photographer’s locations, and those who participate will receive a corporate headshot for their own use.

There are no additional fees, nothing else to buy. It takes a significant amount of time and resources for HousingWire’s editorial team members to organize and successfully determine who will be named to this year’s list.

Can I just call you or send you an email with the name of the person I'd like to nominate?

No. We need to have the form filled out, including contact information for the person you are nominating.

I want to nominate my boss, but would it be better if someone higher up nominated instead? Can I nominate a family member?

You can nominate yourself, a client, a family member, your boss, an employee, or an acquaintance. The most important thing is that you state a clear, business-oriented reason for the nomination.

How does the selection process work?

After we receive a nomination, HousingWire editorial staff members vet the candidates and submit lists to the editors. The editors then hold a series of meetings to determine which candidates will be chosen. We strive to come up with a diverse list that represents a broad spectrum of the industries we cover. The process takes a significant amount of time over a compressed schedule -- more than 100 hours in less than three weeks!

What is required of those who are selected?

Candidates who are selected must make themselves available for an interview with a reporter. They may also be required to make themselves available for a photo shoot.

Can I contact you to see how my nominee is doing in the judging process?

No. We don't give status reports. If we need any further information, we will contact you. Please be patient.

I want to be selected for the Influential Women in Housing program. Will it help to hire a public relations firm?

No. Publicists often submit candidates, but they do not influence the judging.

I or my nominee was not selected for this year’s class of HousingWire’s Influential Women in Housing. Can you tell me why?

With hundreds of candidates and only a few spots available, the majority of hopefuls will not be chosen. We cannot explain why you weren't picked because it typically won't be for any one reason, but for reasons that have to do with presenting a diverse range of professions and professionals spanning the U.S. housing economy.

Please contact editor@housingwire.com with any questions about this special program.