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CEO of the Year application period opens

Katie Tabeling
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The Delaware Business Times is delighted to open the application period for the fourth annual CEO of the Year award, which will once again recognize the First State’s best leaders in companies of all sizes.

“Once again, we’re excited to once again spotlight the work top executives and leaders in the First State are taking on to support their employees and serve their communities,” Delaware Business Times Editor Katie Tabeling said. “This program highlights those who have the vision to guide their organization through the high times and low moments. We encourage those who have stepped up to apply.”

The award considers top-ranking company officials, even if his or her title is not CEO, but president, executive director, manager, principal, etc. Nominees must work in Delaware and have served in their position for at least two years.

Winners will join a slate of past honorees that include ChristianaCare President and CEO Janice Nevin, George & Lynch CEO Chris Baker, Faithful Friends Animal Society Executive Director Jane Pierantozzi, Incyte CEO Herve Hoppenot, CSC CEO Rod Ward III, Beebe Healthcare President & CEO Dr. David Tam, WRK Group CEO Logan Herring Jr., ARS Trucking and Fleet Service CEO Patrick Connell, Delaware Restaurant Association President & CEO Carrie Leishman, Breakwater Accounting & Advisory CEO Lee Podolsky, and more.

Seven winners will be recognized at the annual CEO of the Year Award Ceremony in June 2024. They will also be profiled and featured in an accompanying print edition and video presentation that will be promoted across the Delaware Business Times’ website and social media accounts.

Winners will be recognized in the following categories:

  •       Large For-Profit Company (500+ employees)
  •       Medium For-Profit Company (100-499 employees)
  •       Small For-Profit Company (25-100 employees)
  •       Large Not-for-Profit Organization ($5 million+ in annual funding)
  •       Medium Not-for-Profit Organization ($1-5 million in annual funding)
  •       Small Not-for-Profit Organization (Under $1 million in annual funding)
  •       Milestone Award – Given to an honoree for career service

 The deadline to apply is April 5.

 

To learn more about the program or to apply, please visit DelawareBusinessTimes.com/ceo-of-the-year/

 

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