Distinguished Service Award
The AMCP Distinguished Service Award was established in 1994 as the AMCP Leadership Award. In 2001 its name was changed to the Distinguished Service Award. The Award recognizes an AMCP member who has made exceptional and sustained contributions to AMCP over at least a five year period.
The nominee must be an AMCP member and served the Academy for at least five years.
Individuals must be nominated by an AMCP member using the award-specific nomination form. The nomination must include up to a 500-word statement that describes why the individual should be considered for the award. The nomination must be supported by two (2) additional AMCP members. The AMCP Board may also nominate an AMCP member for this award. Nominations for the award are submitted via the AMCP website.
The selection is made by a committee composed of three AMCP members – two (2) AMCP Board of Directors members and one (1) AMCP Committee Chair. The selection committee is chaired by the AMCP Committee Chair. The selection committee is selected and appointed by the AMCP President.
NATURE OF AWARD:
The Distinguished Service Award, presented annually at the AMCP Annual Meeting & Expo, consists of a plaque, complimentary Annual Meeting registration and travel related expenses to attend the Annual Meeting up to $1,000.
|2009||Arthur M. Zoloth|
|2006||C.E. (Gene) Reeder|
|2005||Cynthia J. Pigg|
|2004||John D. Jones|
|2003||Dianne A. Kane Parker|
|2002||Carey C. Cotterell|
|2001||Lowell T. Sterler|