​​​​​​For over 35 years, WICT has worked diligently to help advance women in the cable industry. One of the ways we do this is by shining a spotlight on some of cable’s most influential women.

 

The 2017 Woman of the Year and Woman to Watch honorees will be celebrated at the 2017 WICT Touchstones Luncheon held on September 25, during the WICT Leadership Conference.

 

Nominations are currently being accepted for
the
2017 Woman of the Year and Woman to Watch awards.

 

All nominations must be received by Friday, June 16, 2017 at 5pm Eastern.

 

Please email the completed nomination form (found below) to Kathleen McNally: kmcnally@wict.org.


Woman of the Year Award

WICT’s highest honor is the Woman of the Year award This honor is bestowed on a woman who has made increasingly significant contributions throughout her career to her company and the cable industry. She embodies WICT's Touchstones of Leadership, and is at the top of her game. She also shows great resolve to help others along their career path.

 

Attributes:

  • Strong and articulate communicator who can rally others into action;
  • Serves as a catalyst to advance the industry and its people;
  • Inspires others through words and deeds;
  • Listens to and connects with her peers;
  • Leads fearlessly with a sense of purpose and vision.
Please note: Current WICT Board members are ineligible for this award. 
 
Click here for tips on writing a strong nomination.
 
Woman to Watch Award

The esteemed Woman to Watch award is bestowed on a woman who shows tremendous promise for transforming the industry through her professional accomplishments. She has already demonstrated exemplary leadership skills, as well as a strong dedication to the industry and her organization. ​

 

WICT will designate one honoree from each of the company categories: Programmer, Operator and Industry Supplier. 

 

Attributes:

  • Contributes significantly to her organization;
  • Serves as a catalyst to help advance others within her company;
  • Serves as a role model and mentor to colleagues and others;
  • Listens to and connects with her peers;
  • Leads authentically with a commitment to her values.

Please note: Current WICT Board members are ineligible for this award.

 

Click here for tips on writing a strong nomination.