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2013 Zonta's Woman of Achievement Awards
By Zonta Club of Brampton-Caledon | Published  09/13/2013 | Community News | Unrated
Zonta Club of Brampton-Caledon

The Zonta Club of Brampton and Caledon which was chartered in November 1974 continues to provide service to our community.  Zonta offers its members service, networking and fellowship, diversity, leadership, advancement, education and international interaction.


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Brampton - The Zonta Club of Brampton-Caledon is excited to welcome nominations for its 2013 Women of Achievement Awards, recognizing women from Brampton and Caledon, who have made exemplary contributions to their communities.  Nominations will be accepted until October 3, 2013. The 2013 Women of Achievement Awards Gala will take place at The Pearson Convention Centre on Thursday, November 21, 2013.

 “The Women of Achievement Awards is a way to celebrate women who have made a significant difference,” says Event Chair, Kathleen Douglass of the Zonta Club of Brampton-Caledon.  “The awards are a wonderful opportunity to honour women of the Brampton and Caledon communities who, by their own initiative, dedication, perseverance and pioneering spirit, are role models for other women.”

The 2013 Women of Achievement Awards recognize the leadership displayed by women in a number of fields of interest.  Last year’s recipients of the award were Carole Berry, Community Service; Marilyn Field, Business / Professional and Trades; Mary Nanavati,  Education, Training and Development; Stephanie Noronha, Young Woman of Achievement.

Categories open for nominations for 2013 include:

·         Arts and Culture: has achieved excellence in, or made significant contributions to, the performance, development, preservation or patronage of, the visual, literary, performing, or creative arts.

·         Business / Professional and Trades: Inspiration and motivation of changes in their profession, trade or workplace.

·         Health, Science and Technology: Excellence through either research or application to any science, pure or applied for technological advancement.

·         Community Service: Outstanding leadership through involvement in social services, human rights, labour, women’s issues, action programs and/or service clubs.

·         Education, Training and Development: Contribution in any learning environment through teaching, training specialized instruction research, development or administration.

·         Sports, Wellness and Healthy Living: Accomplishments and leadership in fitness, well-being, sports, recreation, active hobbies or healthy living.

·         Young Woman of Achievement: This young woman is to be 18 to 25 years of age as of November 1, 2013. She should be an inspiration to other women by volunteering her time, and be a role model to her peers.

Three women will be recognized and one young woman of achievement at this event.

Nomination forms are available for the 2013 Women of Achievement Awards by clicking on Nomination Forms for 2013 at or call Kathleen Douglass at 905-790-2206.

The 2013 Women of Achievement Awards Gala will also raise funds for women in Brampton and Caledon area. Tickets to the 2013 Women of Achievement Awards Gala are $90/person.

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