The Divas of Colour Awards are open to women of all backgrounds and achievements, and aim to uplift and uphold a hugely positive image of women around the world. Nominations are currently being accepted from across the globe – with the only criteria being that each nominee must have made a significant contribution within a particular sector to improve the lives of women. ANYONE CAN NOMINATE! Go to http://divasofcolour.com/nominations-now-open-for-divas-of-colour-2017/ for full details.
Previous Divas of Colour Award Winners include, Bianca Miller, Funke Abimbola, Polly Harrar, Rani Bilkhu, Caroline Bell Foster and Leah Charles-King.
Last year showcased a dazzling array of leading women of colour – with Diane Abbott MP named Lifetime Achiever, and the list of Women of Honour bringing together Patti Boulaye OBE, Mayor Patricia Ekechi, Mandy Sanghera and Professor F N Obasi.
Global Leadership Awards were presented to Stephanie Busari, Debbie Ariyo (OBE) and Pauline Long, while Diva Ambassador Awards went to the inspirational Akua Gyamfi, Nurse Chioma Okeke and Grace Alexander.
Award Categories open for 2017 are as follows:
Lifetime Achiever (must be aged 60 and above)
Women of Honour – Highly reputable women leaders who have made long term contributions to community, family, career or in the public sector.
Inspirational Diva – Women doing charitable or not-for-profit work which empowers women and girls
International Diva – Women whose international engagements with global organisations takes them around the world .
Entrepreneur Diva – Women who have succeeded in their own business
Diva Author – Women who have had their work published within the last 12 months (evidence required)
Diva Artiste – Singers, performers and entertainers
Diva Presenter – TV or radio presenters
Diva Make-up Artist – Professional make-up artists
Young Achiever – Women aged between 18 and 20 who have achieved in business, academics, community service, charitable giving or volunteer work
Diva Influencer – Opinion drivers, movers and people who are challenging the status quo, and influencing change in careers, public and social media, community, politics etc, particularly those whose voices stand out against the crowd
Diva Brand and Fashion Designer – Nominations from exhibiting and showcasing brands and designers
To nominate an achieving, inspiring and successful woman, click here – http://divasofcolour.com/nominations-now-open-for-divas-of-colour-2017/
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