Nominate a Local Leader
2 Feb 2022
Do you know a leader making an impact?
Economic Alliance in partnership with the Herald Business Journal is seeking nominations to recognize individuals for Henry M. Jackson, John M. Fluke, and Elson S. Floyd awards. The Opportunity Lives Here Award will recognize an organization.
- Henry M. Jackson Award recognizes an individual who demonstrates exemplary service to the community and region.
- John M. Fluke Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit and community leadership.
- Elson S. Floyd Award recognizes a visionary leader who through partnership, tenacity, and a strong commitment to community has created lasting opportunities to improve quality of life and positively impact the regional economy.
- Opportunity Lives Here Award recognizes an organization which brings innovation and creates opportunities locally and regionally.
The winners will be honored during Economic Alliance Snohomish County’s Annual Meeting on April 27.
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Deadline for nominations is February 28.
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