2022 CIOCAN Impact Awards Program

Presidents Award
Nomination Form

Submission deadline: January 15, 2022

The CIOCAN Presidents award is intended to recognize a current board member for service to the association.  This member gives tirelessly towards the association at either the National, Chapter or Division level.  Their passion for the association and dedication to its programs is widely felt and recognized across the association.  This recipient has consistently demonstrated significant value to CIOCAN and its members.  They are the board member who lead by example, hold themselves and others accountable to deliver, make volunteering enjoyable for others and sets the standard for all other members.


All CIOCAN Board members (either at the national, Chapter or Division level), in good standing, holding CIOCAN membership at the time of the nomination are eligible for this award.


The following criteria are considered in determining a recipient:

>  INVOLVEMENT:            The individual has been involved in CIOCAN through activities, committees and/or programs.

>  LEADERSHIP:                 The individual shows qualities that exemplify leadership and inspiration related to participation in CIOCAN and the technology sector.

>  ACHIEVEMENTS:          The individual has had a positive impact on the association and sector.

The Presidents Council will review all nominations in consideration of the selection criteria and will recommend this year’s recipient to the CIOCAN Board of Directors, which has final approval on the recommendation.  In the event that no nominee meets the criteria, no award will be presented.


The 2022 CIOCAN Impact Awards will be announced and presented at the 2022 virtual CIO Peer Forum, being held in spring 2022.

Nominations to be completed by individual Chapter, Division or National President.  Nominations are limited to one nomination per Chapter or Division and one per National. 


2022 CIOCAN Presidents Award Nomination Form



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