Celebrating Women of Influence
The Women of Influence in Local Government Award celebrates women who have made significant contributions to the field, whether on the administrative or political side of life. Women who have demonstrated grace under pressure. Women who have worked collaboratively and lifted up others along the way in the pursuit of affecting positive change in communities.
2020 Award Recipients
In advance of International Women’s Day, Municipal World kicked off its 2020 awards celebrating Women of Influence in Local Government.
This year’s first honouree is Annie Bernard-Daisley, a three-term band councillor from We’koqma’q First Nation and the first woman from We’koqma’q to lead the Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association.
Nominations are closed for the 2020 awards but watch this page for additional honourees, to be announced by Municipal World throughout 2020.
2019 Award Recipients
The 2019 Women of Influence in Local Government honourees included:
- Vicki-May Hamm, Mayor of the City of Magog, Quebec
- Pam Davis, Senior Management Analyst at the City of Boulder, Colorado
- Pat Vanini, retired in 2019 after 23 years with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario
- Delia Reiche, Development Liaison at the County of Brant
For a recap of 2019 award honourees see the article
Municipal World honours Women of Influence in Local Government.