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It’s that time of year again: HousingWire seeks nominations for its Influential Women in Housing issue. Less than two weeks remain to nominate someone you think should get the nod.
Nominations are due June 22. With some basic information about the person, and explanations of why you think she deserves to be chosen, you can enter the person for a chance to be featured in HousingWire’s special edition due out in September.
To nominate your pick, click here and follow the steps. Make sure that you have your nominee's contact information and her business contact information handy. You’ll need to explain why your candidate is a leader in the housing economy, explain her professional achievements, how she is involved in the community and any challenges she may have overcome. Up to three supporting documents, such as her resume, articles or past awards featuring the nominee or letters of recommendation, are may be attached to the nomination.
If you need some inspiration, check out last year’s edition, when women like Deb Still of Pulte Mortgage ($21.42 0.56%), Sherry Chris with Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate, and Laurie Goodman of Amherst Securities graced the pages of our magazine.
For more information, contact Executive Editor Kerry Curry at email@example.com. Hope to see your nomination in our inbox soon!