Spark the magic of lifting others up AWARD CATEGORIES
Each award is based upon a classic fairy tale story and champions a category of accomplishment. Up to three semi-finalists will be named in each of the nine fairy tale categories. Judges will choose nine finalists, who are then eligible to win the grand prize, Cinderella to CEO™ Award.
Snow White Award
Solved a business problem or created a business opportunity by uniting hearts and minds in an innovative way.
Red Riding Hood Award
Nominated for her ability to produce under pressure.
Utilized her voice to
Energize your female employees through program integration and the C2CEO awards recognition.
NOMINATE LEADERS, YOU ADMIRE AND INSPIRE REWARD AND LIFT OTHERS UP
Cinderella to CEO winners are selected by a national panel of judges, consisting of business and civic leaders, spanning industries that represent journalism, education, finance, hospitality, technology and start-ups.
What are We
Cinderella to CEO winners are selected by a national panel of business and civic leaders, spanning industries that represent journalism, education, finance, hospitality, technology and start-ups. The winners are chosen based upon demonstrated performance and excellence in one or more of the selection criteria.
The judges are looking for transformational stories from individuals of all ages and ethnicities, who have overcome adversity, transformed a business, a community and/or others in an impressive, ethical and successful way, which others may learn from and emulate.
Who Can Enter?
Developing and/or implementing an innovative idea, sparking dramatic, positive results.
Displaying exceptional bravery by overcoming an extraordinary hurdle or barrier to achieve a challenging goal.
Performing an outstanding, ethical act, bringing positive recognition to another individual, community or organization.
Exhibiting outstanding and inspirational leadership that dramatically supports others, ultimately improving employee morale and team spirit.
Introducing a uniquely "magical" concept, idea, policy that approached a problem in an innovative way.
Improving access and promoting equity by extending services to vulnerable populations, particularly through mechanisms that amplify social inclusion.