Legislative Advocacy Award

I. Purpose
 
The purpose is to recognize service to the Central Arkansas Human Resources Association with outstanding contributions of time and effort in local, state, or federal legislative advocacy on behalf of the Human Resources profession.

II. Requirements
 
Must be a voting member of the Association. Must have been engaged in the field of human resources management for at least three years. Must have made significant contributions in local, state, or federal legislative advocacy on behalf of the Human Resources profession. Must have participated in committees, task forces, or work groups involving legislation, inspiring members who are learning how to increase their legislative advocacy skills, and promote improved understanding of the importance of legislative advocacy and activities on behalf of the Human Resources profession.

III. Selection
 
The President shall appoint a committee to present a candidate to the Board of Directors for approval to receive the Human Resources Legislative Advocacy Award.

IV. Recognition
 
The recipient shall receive a suitable award and recognition from CAHRA at the annual Honors Event and recognition from the media.
 
 
LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY AWARD RECIPIENTS
 
Andrea Woods, J.D., PHR
Russell Gunter, J.D., SPHR
2006
Andrea Woods, 2005