Nominations are now open for a new recognition program from BOMA International—the BOMA Fellows program. The BOMA Fellows Program recognizes and honors BOMA International members for exemplary and sustained contributions to the industry, their profession, the community, and BOMA at all levels, and is a call to continued leadership and service. The first class of Fellows will be honored at BOMA International’s annual conference in June 2012 in Seattle, WA.
Fellows candidates must be BOMA International members for a minimum of 10 years and must be able to demonstrate achievements in education, industry and business experience, BOMA leadership activities, honors and awards, and community service worthy of BOMA recognition. Successful candidates will use the “BOMA Fellow” credential after their name and will be called upon to serve BOMA in a variety of capacities. These may include teaching, authoring articles, mentoring new members or young professionals, identifying future BOMA leaders, serving as thought leaders to identify future trends, etc.
All candidates must be nominated by either a BOMA member or a BOMA local association (self-nominations are not permitted). To nominate a candidate, simply send the candidate’s contact information on the official nomination form and send it via e-mail to email@example.com by January 15, 2012.
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