The Women’s Forum of the Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives (CTAHE) is seeking candidates for our 2017 annual award. The purpose of this year’s grant is to recognize a deserving CTAHE member who demonstrates leadership in healthcare management. The Women’s Forum will sponsor the awardee’s attendance at the American College of Healthcare Executives 2017 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, providing $1,500 towards reimbursement for the registration, and travel and lodging expenses.
Promoting professional development and personal growth is the mission of the Women’s Forum, provided through networking and educational opportunities. Begun in 1981 as a nonprofit association, and formerly called Connecticut Women in Healthcare Management, the legacy continues through a 2010 merger with the CTAHE and its rebranding as the Women’s Forum, providing expanded interaction with women working within all aspects of the healthcare industry.
Candidates for the scholarship must be female and current members of the Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives. All application materials must be received by February 6th, 2017. Selection will be made by the Scholarship Committee by February 20th, 2017. Additional information and the application are available on the website: http://ctahe.ache.org/womens-forum.
Please email your completed application to Kelly Foss (firstname.lastname@example.org). The subject line of the email should be “CTAHE Women’s Forum Scholarship Application for YOUR NAME.”
The email should include the following attachments as Word or PDF files:
- Application form
- 2 essays
Please ask your two references to email Kelly Foss with their recommendation letters by the deadline of February 6th, 2017. They can include the recommendation in the body of the email or as an attachment. The subject line of the email from your references should be “Recommendation of CTAHE Women’s Forum Scholarship Applicant: YOUR NAME”
Please email or telephone Kelly Foss at email@example.com or 203-332-4948 if you have questions.
Marie O’Brien (co-chair, Women’s Forum)
Susan Prior (co-chair, Women’s Forum)