Presidential Member Recruitment Awards: Platinum/Silver/Gold

Award Determination

Recruiters earn five points for each Individual Active or International member and two points for each Student or Operations/Administrative member. Recruiters earn points for organizational membership recruitment as follows:

Organizational member points 



Utility



Points


Service
Provider



Points

Partner
Agencies and Individuals



Points

80

25

90

50

74

50

81

50

91

75

 

 

82

75

92

100

 

 

83

100

93

150

 

 

84

150

94

250

 

 

85

250

 

 

 

 

86

300

 

 

 

 

 

Nomination or submission deadline: AWWA staff tallies and analyzes the total number recruited on a calendar year basis to determine award recipients. The award determination period may be changed at AWWA's sole discretion.


Platinum Presidential Award

Purpose of the award: To provide national recognition of outstanding recruiters and to offer incentives to recipients of the Ambassador Award to continue their efforts.

The award: A walnut plaque engraved with the name of the recipient and his section. A white-gold lapel pin is also awarded the recipient.

Frequency of the award: Once a year at the annual conference.

Entry requirements: Must be an active AWWA member who has qualified for eligibility.

Eligibility for the award: The recruiter must enlist enough members to receive 2,000 recruitment points and at least 1,000 points must have been earned with Individual Active or Operations/Administrative members.

Platinum Recipients

2013

  • Eric Way, Michigan Section

2010

  • Donna Howe, Texas Section

2009

  • Edward Doi, Hawaii Section

Gold Presidential Award

Purpose of the award: To provide national recognition of outstanding recruiters and to offer incentives to recipients of the Ambassador Award to continue their efforts.
 

The award: A walnut plaque engraved with the name of the recipient and his section. A lapel pin is also awarded to the recipient.

Frequency of the award: Once a year at the annual conference.

Entry requirements: Must be an active AWWA member who has qualified for eligibility.

Eligibility for the award: The recruiter must enlist enough members to receive 1,500 recruitment points and at least 750 points must have been earned with Individual Active or Operations/Administrative members.

Gold Recipients

2016

  • Randy Lusk, Illinois Section

2009

  • Dan Hood, Indiana Section
  • Donna Howe, Texas Section

Silver Presidential Award

Purpose of the award: To provide national recognition of outstanding recruiters and to offer incentives to recipients of the Ambassador Award to continue their efforts.

The award: A walnut plaque engraved with the name of the recipient and his section. A lapel pin is also awarded to the recipient.

Frequency of the award: Once a year at the annual conference.

Entry requirements: Must be an AWWA member who has qualified for eligibility.

Eligibility for the award: The recruiter must enlist enough members to receive 1,000 recruitment points and at least 500 points must have been earned with Individual Active or Operations/Administrative members.

Silver Recipients

2014

  • Rick Benoit, Atlantic Canada Section
  • David Holley, Pennsylvania Section
  • Randy Lusk, Illinois Section

2013

  • Clara Shea, Atlantic Canada Section

2009

  • Robin Casale, New Jersey Section
  • Robert Gore,Virginia Section
  • Dan Hood, Indiana Section
  • Ronald Rudio, New York Section

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