Pet Age Staff//December 31, 2019
Pet Age Staff //December 31, 2019
The nomination period for the Pet Age’s 2020 Women of Influence Awards will remain open until 5 p.m. PST on Friday, January 3. This award celebrates the women who are leading the way by making outstanding contributions that benefit the manufacturing or servicing industry as well as the pets that we serve.
Pet Age is looking for those trailblazers who are influential in their companies, communities and the pet industry for the 2020 Pet Age Women of Influence Awards. Pet Age began its Women of Influence program in 2015 to honor and generate recognition of the achievements and positive
contributions of women in the booming pet product field.
The list of past winners reads like a who’s who of the industry’s most prominent women, who have held leadership positions at companies throughout the sector, including pet product manufacturers and retailers as well as businesses that provide marketing and grooming services. Winners have included Lucy Postins of The Honest Kitchen, Breann Shook of Grandma Lucy’s, Jo Hunt of DHA Lifesetyle PR and Tierra Bonaldi of The Impetus Agency.
The successful candidates will have a solid reputation based on experience, integrity and leadership and have a proven track record of accomplishments. Pet Age is proud to honor the women who have taken the initiative to impact so many areas of the pet industry, and we invite
you to nominate all women who deserve to have us celebrate their successes, which benefit the entire pet industry.
Winning the award signifies that you stand out from your peers, you are a leader who gives back to your community, and you mentor to support and inspire the next generation of women in the industry. The Women of Influence Award recipients will be recognized and profiled in the
March issue of Pet Age.
May be self-nominated or nominated by another person.
Only one individual may be nominated per company.
Nominees must be employed in for-profit pet manufacturing or servicing businesses or nonprofit organizations.
Must be a woman who holds a senior management-level position with significant authority in decision making for her organization.
Cannot be a past award recipient.
For a nomination to be considered complete, all materials described below must be submitted together and received by Pet Age no later than 5 p.m. PST on Friday, January 3. Nominations must be submitted online to be considered.