Nominations open September 30, 2021 with submissions being due by January 14, 2022.
Brief statement (no more than 500 words) of the candidates contribution to and leadership in diversity and inclusion related efforts. This could include research, policy, community engagement, public health practice, program development, teaching and/or mentorship. Statements should focus on the candidates Impact on diversity and inclusiveness.
Finalists will be notified by mid-February when they will be asked to provide two letters of support from colleagues. The letters of support should outline candidates contributions to and leadership in diversity and inclusion efforts. The letter should specify the body of work as well as specific details relating to the contribution(s). At least one letter should come from a person or group that has been impacted by the candidate’s efforts. A maximum of two single-spaced pages will be accepted.