2009 CAPT JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK AWARD NOMINATIONS

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SUBJ/2009 CAPT JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK AWARD NOMINATIONS// 

RMKS/1.  THE NAVY 
IS SOLICITING NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2009 CAPT JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK (JBH) 
LEADERSHIP AWARDS. THE JBH LEADERSHIP AWARDS HONOR THE VISIONARY 
LEADERSHIP OF SERVICE MEMBERS WHOSE IDEALS AND DEDICATION FOSTER A 
POSITIVE WORKING ENVIRONMENT FOR REINFORCING AND FURTHERING THE 
INTEGRATION OF WOMEN INTO THE NAVY. ESTABLISHED IN 1987, THESE AWARDS 
ARE PRESENTED ANNUALLY TO RECOGNIZE THE INSPIRATIONAL LEADERSHIP OF A 
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS OFFICER AND ENLISTED MEMBER ON ACTIVE OR RESERVE 
DUTY.  THE JBH AWARDS ARE CO-SPONSORED BY THE SEA SERVICE LEADERSHIP 
ASSOCIATION (SSLA) AND THE MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 
(MOAA).
2.  THERE ARE THREE AWARDS:  ONE SENIOR OFFICER-O5/O4; ONE JUNIOR 
OFFICER-O3 AND BELOW; AND ONE SENIOR ENLISTED, NAVY E7 THROUGH E9; USMC 
E6 THROUGH E9. THE CRITERIA INCLUDE INSPIRATIONAL, INNOVATIVE, AND 
IMAGINATIVE LEADERSHIP DEMONSTRATED BY EXAMPLE BOTH ON AND OFF DUTY.
NOMINEES SHOULD BE MATURE LEADERS WHO HAVE SHOWN EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP 
OVER TIME AND HAVE PERSEVERED TO OVERCOME CHALLENGES WHILE SERVING.  
NOMINATIONS SHOULD ADDRESS NOMINEES PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS, 
LEADERSHIP STYLE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENTS.
3.  CANDIDATES MUST BE NOMINATED BY THEIR COMMANDING OFFICERS (CO) OR
OFFICERS IN CHARGE (OIC).  ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS ARE NOT NECESSARY 
AND DO NOT BEAR WEIGHT ON AWARD SELECTION CRITERIA.  NOMINATION 
PACKAGES MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
    A.  CO OR OIC ENDORSEMENT AS COVER PAGE.
    B.  NOMINATION WRITE-UP NOT TO EXCEED THREE PAGES AND IN BULLET 
FORMAT.
    C.  NOMINEE'S BIOGRAPHY NOT TO EXCEED ONE PAGE IN LENGTH.
    D.  COMMAND POINTS OF CONTACT E-MAIL ADDRESS.
VISIT WWW.SEALEADER.ORG/JBH_AWARD.HTM TO VIEW SAMPLE NOMINATION 
PACKAGES.
4.  NOMINATIONS ARE DUE BY 1700 EST, 1 MAY 2009.
SUBMIT NOMINATION PACKAGES BY REGULAR MAIL, EXPRESS MAIL, OR FEDEX TO:
    DIRECTOR, MILITARY PERSONNEL PLANS AND POLICY DIVISION (N13)
    ATTN:  YNCS(SW) DEE ALLEN (OPNAV N134)
    2 NAVY ANNEX
    WASHINGTON DC 20370
PLEASE ALLOW ADEQUATE TIME FOR DELIVERY BY REGULAR MAIL.
COMMANDS MUST E-MAIL NOMINATIONS TO THE POCS BELOW IN ADVANCE OF THE
HARD-COPY PACKAGE.
5.  THE NAVY OFFICE OF WOMEN'S POLICY AND SSLA BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILL
SELECT AWARD RECIPIENTS AND INFORM COMMANDING OFFICERS OF THOSE 
SELECTED BY 15 MAY 2009.  THE NAMES OF THE WINNERS WILL ALSO BE POSTED 
AT WWW.SEALEADER.ORG AND WWW.NPC.NAVY.MIL/ABOUTUS/BUPERS/WOMENSPOLICY 
BY 1 JUNE 2009.
6.  AWARDS WILL BE PRESENTED AT THE 22ND ANNUAL WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP 
SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULED FOR 18-19 JUNE 2009 AT THE GRAND HYATT, WASHINGTON 
DC.  ALL TRAVEL EXPENSES TO THE SYMPOSIUM WILL BE COVERED BY THE PARENT 
COMMAND. DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE UPCOMING WOMENS LEADERSIP 
SYMPOSIUM IS AVAILABLE
AT WWW.NPC.NAVY.MIL/ABOUTUS/BUPERS/ WOMENSPOLICY.
7.  POINTS OF CONTACT:
- LT HOPE BRILL, OPNAV N134 AT (703) 695-1414/DSN 225 OR EMAIL AT
ELIZABETH.BRILL(AT)NAVY.MIL, OR
- YNCS(SW) DEE ALLEN, OPNAV N134, AT (703) 695-1391/DSN 225 OR EMAIL AT
DEE.ALLEN(AT)NAVY.MIL.
8.  RELEASED BY VADM MARK FERGUSON, N1.//
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