- Nominee must have lived and/or worked in Martin County for at least 3 years.
- Nominee must have made a major contribution, or a significant difference in her community.
- Nominee cannot be a current board member of Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida.
- Prior experience as a Girl Scout or working with Girl Scouts is not required.
You're invited to join us for the 1st Annual Emerald Awards-Martin County. The event honors women in Martin County who exemplify leadership and serve as role models for young women in our community. It will take place on Friday, March 10, 2023 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Monarch Country Club in Palm City and will feature a networking reception, silent auction, luncheon with keynote speaker, and awards ceremony.
An Emerald Awards honoree is someone who brings new ideas to life, demonstrates creative problem solving, and brings innovation to her field of expertise or community. She has positive values, a strong sense of self, seeks challenges, learns from setbacks, and is not afraid to shatter the glass ceiling. She recognizes the potential for leadership in every girl, inspires those around her to take action, and drives change in her community.
Awards will be presented to women who embody the characteristics of today’s women leaders. This years Emerald Awards honorees are:
The Arati Hammond Team at Keller Williams Realty
Tami Karol Insurance Agency
Boys and Girls Club Martin County
In addition, a Lifetime Achievement for Philanthropy Award will be presented to Valerie McNeely.
If you have a question, please email Alexandra Alfred, Events and Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 561-815-1808.
2023 Host Committee
Thank you to Beth Galt-Salsamendi, Mary Gavin, Angela Hoffman, Rose
Novotny and Ofelia Utset.
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