POLITICO, Google, and the Tory Burch Foundation’s “Women Rule” series on Tuesday announced its 2014 “Women Who Rule” awards to recognize women who are leading change in policy, politics, and their communities in unique and innovative ways.
The awards will honor three women who have led quantifiable change in media, technology, and business as well an under 30 female leader recipient.
“We designed the awards to acknowledge and celebrate women leveraging their power to create change across the country,” said Kim Kingsley, chief operating officer for POLITICO. She went on to say that the awards offer an opportunity to engage more women who are making a difference.
Award recipients will be acknowledged in DC later this year and nominations will be accepted through October 17, 2014.
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