Nominate Your Global Supply Chain Leaders

by Rae Redford

The Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®) has opened nominations for two awards: the J. Shipman Gold Medal Award and the ISM 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars.

The J. Shipman Gold Medal Award recognizes leaders, role models, and mentors whose “career accomplishments have promoted the advancement of the procurement and supply chain management profession.” Named after J. Shipman, a visionary and pioneer member of the New York affiliate of the National Association of Purchasing Agents—now the ISM, this award was created in 1931. It is a highly-coveted award presented to those who have made lasting contributions to the procurement and supply chain field. In addition to a long and distinguished career, those nominated should also have mentored and guided some of the industry’s young new talent.

For FAQs and information on previous winners, go here.

You can make a nomination (including nominating yourself) until February 3rd at this site.

The ISM 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars is a program that recognizes younger procurement professionals who are “exemplary examples of supply management professionals.” This program has been encouraging and rewarding qualified pros who bring their passion, creativity, and innovation to their jobs for six years.

Nominees should deserve recognition for demonstrated leadership abilities and have impacted their company or profession through innovation, creativity, or the implementation of a new approach. Of these thirty winners, the ISM chooses one Mega Watt Winner for special accolades.

Each of the 30 winners will receive a complimentary one-year membership to the ISM, free registration to ISM’s annual conference. The Mega Watt winner will also receive free registration for their nominator.

Nominees must be between 18-30 as of December 31st, must be actively employed in a supply chain management role, and cannot be self-nominated. The deadline is November 19, 2020.

You can make your nomination here.

 

 

 

 

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