Hear Them Roar
Round 2 Nomination Form
This form must be completed and submitted by 5pm on Wednesday 30 May for consideration by the independent selection committee.
All sections of this nomination form must be completed in order for the nomination to be considered by the independent evaluation panel. Applications submitted will be kept confidential and only available to the selection panel and executive committee. Please include a photograph of the nominee with the application.
Please demonstrate that you have obtained the consent of the nominee. Self nominations will be accepted.
Participants in the video will be required to sign a release form providing Women in Business Wagga with permission to use the videos in line with the objectives of the project. An example of the release form can be found on the Women in Business Website.
Please attach relevant supporting materials such as articles, details/ copies of awards etc).
An independent panel will evaluate the nominations. The panel will select the top ten most appropriate candidates to participate in the video series in line with the project’s objectives. The panel will provide its recommended list to the Women in Business Wagga Executive Committee for review and formal ratification.
All successful candidates will be notified directly and listed on the Women in Business Website in July. No correspondence will be entered into regarding the selection process or its outcomes.
The nominee must be a female who resides in the Riverina region and has achieved exceptional outcomes in their career or business endeavours. The nominee must also be a current member of Women in Business Wagga. The nominee must be available to participate in several hours of filming and interviews at a mutually agreed time during 2018.
The video case studies aim to profile high achieving women across a diverse number of industries including (but not limited to) agriculture, government, small business, innovation, tourism and the financial sector.
The purpose of the video series is to:
- Celebrate the success of women who have achieved outstanding outcomes while living and working in regional Australia
- Positively influence perceptions around the type of career and lifestyle people can enjoy in regional Australia
- Inspire people living and working in regional Australia to believe that they can achieve equally successful outcomes compared to their urban counterparts
- Encourage more people living in urban centres to consider living and working in regional Australia
- Encourage government and business to prioritise the needs of regional Australia in planning and allocation of funding
- Promote regional Australia as an ideal place to locate a business or government department
- Emphasise the benefits that regional business have enjoyed as a result of advances in technology and improved transport options for accessing urban centres
- Promote the Riverina Region as a desirable place to live and work