Call for Nominations: Diana Donald Award
The Diana Donald Award was created to recognize a significant contribution to planning issues related to women and the family. This award is named after past APA Director Diana Donald of Hartford, Connecticut, in recognition of her contributions to the organization. Both men and women are eligible to receive the award.
Do you know a planner who has been involved in planning: public transportation, infill housing, low-income housing, CPTED (safe) built environment, community development non-profits, economic development non-profits, community wellness, or other such projects? Do you know an outstanding citizen who is: leader, citizen planner (such as a journalist who regularly covers planning issues, or representative who develops planning legislation), academician, youth leader, or member of a religious order or private land use institute? Does their work meet the following criteria?
• Support of Women and the Family: To what extant have the nominee's efforts addressed the concerns of women through specific actions or contributions to planning initiatives in the community?
• Effectiveness: To what extent has the nominee been effective in furthering the cause of women's issues through planning? Within what sphere of influence has this effectiveness been realized?
• Eligibility: Open to APA members and non-members. Nominations may be made by any person other than the candidate.
More information about the award process is available at www.planning.org. Please submit your nominations by July 31st to individual noted below.
Related Link: APA Website
For more information contact:
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Email: [email protected]
Posted June 4, 2004
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