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NAVADMIN 389/10 – 2011 CAPT JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK AWARD NOMINATIONS//


R 090342Z DEC 10
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
TO AL NAVADMIN
NAVADMIN 389/10

SUBJ/2011 CAPT JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK AWARD NOMINATIONS//

RMKS/1.  NOMINATIONS ARE BEING COLLECTED FOR THE 2011 CAPT JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK 
LEADERSHIP AWARDS.  THE CAPT JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK 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 AND MARINE CORPS.  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 CAPT 
JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK AWARDS ARE CO-SPONSORED BY THE SEA SERVICE LEADERSHIP 
ASSOCIATION (SSLA) AND THE MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (MOAA).

2.  THERE ARE THREE CAPT JOY BRIGHT HANCOCK LEADERSHIP AWARDS:  ONE SENIOR 
OFFICER O4 AND ABOVE; ONE JUNIOR OFFICER O3 AND BELOW; AND ONE SENIOR ENLISTED
E7 THROUGH E9.  THE CRITERIA INCLUDES 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 NOMINEE'S PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS, LEADERSHIP STYLE, AND 
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT.

3.  CANDIDATES MUST BE NOMINATED BY THEIR COMMANDING OFFICER OR OFFICER IN 
CHARGE.  THE NOMINATING COMMAND'S IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR IN COMMAND
(ISIC) MUST
PROVIDE AN ENDORSEMENT.  IF AN ISIC RECEIVES MULTIPLE NOMINATION PACKAGES, THE 
ISIC SHOULD ENDORSE AND FORWARD ONLY ONE NOMINATION FOR EACH CATEGORY .
NOMINATION PACKAGES MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
    A.  ISIC ENDORSEMENT;
    B.  CO OR OIC ENDORSEMENT;
    C.  NOMINATION WRITE-UP (NOT TO EXCEED TWO PAGES IN LENGTH);
    D.  NOMINEE'S BIOGRAPHY (NOT TO EXCEED ONE PAGE IN LENGTH);
    AND
    E.  COMMAND POC'S NAME, E-MAIL ADDRESS, AND PHONE NUMBER.

4.  NOMINATIONS ARE DUE BY 1700 EST, 25 JANUARY 2011.  SUBMIT NOMINATION 
PACKAGES VIA E-MAIL TO OSC JESSICA MYERS VIA E-MAIL AT JESSICA.MYERS 
(AT)NAVY.MIL.

5.  THE SSLA BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILL SELECT NAVY AWARD RECIPIENTS.  COMMANDING 
OFFICERS WILL BE INFORMED OF THE AWARD RECIPIENTS NO LATER THAN 7 FEBRUARY 
2011.
THE NAMES OF THE WINNERS WILL ALSO BE POSTED AT HTTPS://WWW.SEALEADER .ORG AND 
HTTPS://WWW.NPC.NAVY.MIL/ABOUTUS/BUPERS/WOMENSPOLICY BY 22 FEBRUARY 2011.

6.  AWARDS WILL BE PRESENTED AT THE 24TH ANNUAL WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUM 
SCHEDULED FOR 15-16 MARCH 2011 AT THE SAN DIEGO SHERATON HOTEL AND MARINA.
TRAVEL EXPENSES TO THE SYMPOSIUM WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARENT 
COMMAND; HOWEVER, THE SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION FEE WILL BE WAIVED FOR THE AWARD 
RECIPIENTS.  DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE UPCOMING WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUM 
IS AVAILABLE AT HTTPS://WWW.NPC.NAVY.MIL/ABOUTUS/BUPERS/WOMENSPOLICY
AND HTTPS://WWW.SEALEADER.ORG.

7.  POINT OF CONTACT:  OSC JESSICA MYERS, SENIOR ENLISTED ADVISOR, OFFICE OF 
WOMEN'S POLICY, OPNAV N134W, (703)695-1391/DSN 225, OR VIA E-MAIL AT 
JESSICA.MYERS(AT)NAVY.MIL.

8.  RELEASED BY VADM MARK FERGUSON, N1.//

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