The Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®) has opened nominations for two award programs; the J. Shipman Gold Medal Award and the ninth annual ISM 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars.
ISM will recognize procurement and supply chain management industry leaders and innovators worldwide.
“These awards are a prominent way for us to proudly recognize leaders in the profession and highlight the accomplishments and talent of these dedicated professionals,” said ISM Chief Executive Officer Tom Derry. “We encourage everyone in supply chain management to nominate deserving colleagues, peers, or mentors.”
The J. Shipman Gold Medal Award is ISM’s most prestigious award. Established in 1931, this award recognizes individuals whose “modest, unselfish, sincere, and persistent efforts have aided the advancement of the supply management field.”
Nominees should be role models, mentors, and community leaders who have worked diligently to innovate and improve the industry through new ideas and training the industry’s newest rising stars.
Nominations are open through January 27th, 2003. To nominate someone and for more information, visit the ISM website here.
The ISM 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars award has recognized 30 individuals yearly since its inception in 2014. These industry talents are all 30 or younger and have demonstrated leadership, innovation, collaboration, initiative, and other outstanding qualities.
Individuals selected for 2022 receive a one-year membership to ISM and complimentary admittance to ISM World 2023 in May. One of these winners will also be the “Megawatt Winner” and will receive a travel stipend to ISM World 2023 for themselves and their nominator, as well as the membership and free admittance.
Nominations will be closed on November 29th, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. EST. To nominate someone and for more information, visit the ISM website here.