Ann Stinson President’s Award for Association Excellence

Ann Stinson was a dynamic and outgoing individual. Although she did not envision herself as a leader; she served with competence as the third president of AOHP. Ann was a founding member of the organization.  She was an energetic and engaging leader and promoted AOHP at every opportunity. Her untimely and unexpected death impacted the organization; this President’s Award for Association Excellence was created not only in her memory, but to acknowledge her role and influence in the organization. She was kind, nurturing, and supportive. She had a wonderful spirit and was very knowledgeable.  This award exemplifies her leadership characteristics and recognizes a chapter that demonstrates these same ideals.

Purpose This award recognizes a chapter which has demonstrated outstanding performance and enhanced the image of employee health professionals in health care settings.

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Guidelines
The Association of Occupational Health Professionals in Healthcare invites applications for the Ann Stinson President’s Award for Association Excellence.  Chapter applicants must be an active Association Chapter for a minimum of two years.

  1. Award Amount and Disbursement: The Ann Stinson President’s Award for Association Excellence is $250.00. A certificate of appreciation and acknowledgment of the award is presented at the annual conference.

 2. Evaluation: The award shall be based on merit in accordance with the established evaluation tool. The Executive Vice President and two board 
     members appointed by the Executive.President shall evaluate all applications utilizing the approved President’s Award Evaluation Instrument. The
     Executive Vice President coordinates this approval process.

3.  Submission Instructions. The Chapter President shall apply to the Executive Vice President utilizing the approved application form. The application
      is sent to AOHP Headquarters and is.forwarded to the Executive Vice President; notification is sent to the Regional Directors of the application.         
     ♦ Completed applications shall be submitted according to the format on the application instructions page. 
     ♦ Applications must be received by July 1 of each year.

 4. Eligibility: The chapter must have a full slate of executive chapter officers
     ♦ One member must be serving on a national committee.
     ♦ Current chapter bylaws must be available and filed with AOHP Headquarters.
     ♦ Chapter meetings must be in accordance with current bylaws.

Minimum Score Requirement: To be eligible for the award, applications must achieve a minimum score of 8 on the established evaluation tool. If more
    than one application is received, the application.with the highest total average score will receive the award.

Award Recipients
1992 - Georgia Chapter
1993 - Midwest States Chapter
1994 - Pennsylvania Chapter
1995 - No award
1996 - No award
1997 - Northern California Chapter
1998 - Midwest States Chapter
1999 - No award
2000 - No award
2001 - Northern California Chapter
2002 - No award
2003 - Southern California Chapter
2004 - Michigan Chapter
2005 - Illinois Chapter
2006 - No award
2007 - Northern California Chapter
2008 - Northern California Chapter and Michigan Chapter
2009 - Colorado Chapter
2010 - No award
2011 - Illinois Chapter
2012 - North Carolina Chapter
2013 - Pacific Northwest Chapter
2014 - Pacific Northwest Chapter
2015 - Pacific Northwest Chapter
2016 - Northern California Chapter
2017 - No Award
2018 - Northern California Chapter
2019 - Pacific Northwest Chapter
2020 - North Carolina Chapter
2021 - Northeast Chapter
2022 - No Award
2023 - Southwest Chapter