Achievement Award Nomination

The nominations are open to all members of the chapter, with one award winner selected per category.



Anyone may nominate a person who has demonstrated outstanding performance. Each nomination must be prepared using the award form shown on the following pages. The justification must be limited to the space provided, citing specific examples and factual details. Font cannot be smaller than 10pt and must allow for 1/2 inch margins. If an individual is nominated in more than one category, prepare a separate form for each category. The categories are:


  • Outstanding Leadership:
    • Candidate must be an ASMC member currently working within the DOD or Coast Guard financial management community. This person must be an exemplary role model, working to enhance the ASMC Chapter while displaying qualities such as: dedication, commitment to excellence, creativity and integrity. He/she must possess dynamic technical and leadership competencies and demonstrate a willingness to impart the knowledge and experience they have obtained with others.


  • Social Innovator:
    • This person must have rallied excitement and interest in the ASMC Yankee Chapter, as well as enhanced the professional development of its members. This person should have a positive disposition and motivate others; charging ahead even in times of difficulty while giving extra time and energy to planning ASMC events.


  • Unsung Hero:
    • This person is not always on the front lines, but is essential to the success of the ASMC Yankee Chapter. They accomplish tasks, and make things happen with attention to detail and protocol. This person is a true professional who has the determination and ability to see things through.  He/she is routinely first to arrive and last to leave. Qualities include: determination and dependability.


Judging will be based on outstanding performance in each category as evidence by:


  • Impact: focuses on the impact of the specific accomplishments across the organization and/or functional communities.
  • Complexity and leadership: focuses on how difficult it was to develop and implement the efforts and what specific leadership skills were demonstrated.


A selection panel, chaired by the Awards Committee Chair will review all nominations received and make final recommendations to the Executive Committee, who will approve the final award winners.


Nominations must be sent by email no later than June 30, 2012 to be considered by the selection panel.


Send nominations to:    Katherine Winn at or

Cathy Schulz at

In the subject line put: Annual Yankee Chapter Award Nomination


Awards will be presented at the Mini-PDI in August.


Contact Katherine Winn at 781-225-9188 if you have any questions.