2017 SIG Leadership Award: Call for Nominations

Matt Weingarden, Curator
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Ray Fisk Honored at Summer AMA 2016
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What? The AMA Academic Council is seeking nominations for the 2017 SIG Leadership Award (SLA).

So What? This award recognizes ongoing contributions and outstanding service leadership of an active AMA Special Interest Group (SIG) Leader.

Now What? S​ubmit your nomination by April 3, 2017.

​The American Marketing Association Academic Council is seeking nominations for the 2017 SIG Leadership Award (SLA). The honor recognizes ongoing contributions and outstanding service leadership of an active AMA Special Interest Group (SIG) Leader. Nominations are being collected until April 3, 2017, and all SIG members are encouraged to submit a recommendation. Each year, one person is selected to win the award and presented with the distinction at the Summer AMA Conference. 

Criteria upon which candidates are evaluated include:

Services performed/overall positive impact on the organization 

Service contributions related to how the individual has had an impact on the AMA on a broad scale or directly impacted the goals of the AMA.

Contributions to the advancement of SIG activities 

Contributions, including creativity and innovativeness, may take a variety of forms, including new SIG events, establishing new SIG awards, expanding interest in the SIG.

AMA Activity/Participation 

History of active contributions to and participation within AMA.  

All SIG members are invited to submit nominations via a letter of recommendation summarizing why the nominee added significant value and ongoing support to the AMA’s members and goals. Nominations should be submitted electronically and will be accepted until April 3, 2017.

The SLA Selection Committee includes the three members of the Academic Council SIG Committee, the Immediate Past-President of the Academic Council, and the immediate past SIG Leadership Award recipient. 

Marketing is a discipline that has both a holistic/integrative purpose and distinct areas of focus. AMA Academic Special Interest Group leaders must have the skills to both foster a powerful sense of community within these distinct areas while also contributing to cross-discipline dialogue. Such leaders are vital to the growth of the AMA, but more importantly to the advancement of the art and science of marketing itself.  Learn more about the 17 Academic Special Interest Groups (SIGs).


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Matt Weingarden, Curator
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