Recognizing the long-standing contribution of exceptional OMSSA members who have recently retired or who plan on retiring in the year that the award is given.
Active participation with the association evidenced by at least two of the following:
Member of OMSSA networks
Member of OMSSA task forces/working groups
Member of OMSSA standing committees
Member of OMSSA Board of Directors
Member of OMSSA Zone executives
Representation of OMSSA on at least one external table, thereby making contributions to human services policy and implementation in Ontario, including:
A committee, working group or table of the provincial government
A committee, working group or table of the federal government
A committee, working group or table of the Association of Municipalities in Ontario (AMO)
A committee, working group or table of OMSSA specifically designed to partner with another association, order of government or sector
A documented meaningful contribution to OMSSA that strengthened the association in one of the following areas:
Educational programs and events development
Governance and sustainability
Reputation with external stakeholders
A documented, meaningful contribution to the improvement of human service policy and implementation at any order of government.
Nominations are open until March 2, 2020.
Any OMSSA member can nominate another individual, including themselves. To submit a nomination:
Fill out the form to provide details about your nominee
Send your completed form back to us as a PDF by email at firstname.lastname@example.org by the nomination deadline
Recipients are honoured each year at our OMSSA Exchange annual conference.
Nominations are now open!
Nominate a deserving individual before Monday, March 2, 2020.
Beth Nowak, Director of Children's Services, Cochrane DSSAB
Gayle Montgomery, Circles Coordinator and National Recruiter for Circles Canada, County of Lambton
Rick Williams, Former CAO, District of Muskoka