Women's Social Leadership Awards 2013 presentation
The Awards…… recognise the achievements of inﬂuential women leaders, who:• Offer bold and tested solutions to pressing social & environmental issues• Can evidence their social impact and ability totransfer learning• Know how to engage and inspire people to thinkdifferently and do moreTo apply, visit www.ogunte.com/innovation/awards - deadline 11th March 2013
// Categories. //Social Business Leader 2013A woman founder or the leader of a social business* (enterprise whose socialpurpose is aligned with its commercial objectives), with a track record.Leader in the Workplace | Intermediaries 2013A woman providing activities reaching other social businesses, charities orcampaigns (SVI, Consultants, Impact Investors, Angels); leading a CSR initiative, ora corporate/public sector initiative that contributes to social and/or environmentalchange.Leader in Charitable Organisations | Campaigns 2013A woman whose charitable organisation /not-for-proﬁt / campaign / has madewaves and changed people’s lives.*If you are registered as a charity, you must be commercially viable.
Donna Morton First Power CanadaWinner People’s Vote 2012
“Ogunte’s Awards were the ﬁrst ones I had come across whichseemed to reﬂect our own working principles, and it turned outthat we seemed to be spot on with our thinking. Winning this awardhas meant a huge amount, both to myself personally as thismountain has been incredibly hard to climb at times with a fewblind summits.” Ruth Churchill Dower| Early Arts UK | Winner 2009// What winners say. //To apply, visit www.ogunte.com/innovation/awards
Susan Aktemel | Impact Arts & Homes for GoodWinner Social Business Leader 2012
“Winning the award is a real endorsement for the work I have doneover the last 18 years. Its a lovely thing for me at the end of onejourney and the start of the new one. It will enable me to have moreconﬁdence in my ability as a woman entrepreneur and help meinspire other women leading businesses in social change.” Susan Aktemel | Impact Arts UK & Homes for Good | Winner 2012// What winners say. //To apply, visit www.ogunte.com/innovation/awards
Women social entrepreneurs are good for themselves andtheir entire community, through an evidenced multipliereffect of change.
Winners get:• 6 months mentoring• Media exposure• Access to Activist Angels• Connections to relevant stakeholders in our network• Access to conferences and online seminars• Global peer-to-peer support• Inclusion in the Estuarians agency// Prizes. //To apply, visit www.ogunte.com/innovation/awards
Marilyn Mehlmann – Gal Secretary GAP Intl – SwedenKhalida Brohi – Director Sughar - PakistanLourenço Bustani – CEO Mandalah Global - BrazilAdam Bates – Global Head of Foresight KPMG - UKVik Anderson – Director MixFits – UK// The judges. //
// The judges. //Spectra – Founder QWOC Media Wire- Nigeria – USADonna Morton – CEO First Power - CanadaAdital Ela – Director S-Sense Design – IsraelRoland Harwood – CEO 100open - UKJensine Larsen - Founder & CEO World Pulse - USA