Your nominations are sought for the following awards:
Outstanding Service Award:
Represents service provided to NCBC and/or the courts that goes beyond a single task or assignment. This award is usually presented for longer term efforts.
Outstanding Achievement Award:
This award is the next level up from the outstanding service award; it represents an achievement by an individual or group that resulted in savings or changes which benefited the court system as a whole.
Outstanding Public Service Award:
This award is for a court or an individual(s) who have displayed a commitment and have had a positive impact on their local community.
Special Service Award:
Represents service performed that is more limited in nature; this award tends to recognize one time efforts or assignments on behalf of the NCBC or the courts.
Administrative Excellence Award:
An award for accomplishments that is more administrative in nature.
An award to recognize retiring NCBC members and those individuals who are retiring who have had a long history with the NCBC and/or federal service that has had a positive impact on or made substantial contribution to the bankruptcy community.
When submitting a nomination, please include the following information:
- The nominee’s name and court.
- The award for which you are nominating them and the specific reasons/accomplishments you believe qualify him/her/them for the nomination.
The following NCBC members have agreed to serve on this year’s Awards Committee:
Mona Sparks, Chair, KYEB
Evangelina Alexandris, MDB
Melissa Brearey, NVB
Chris Callies, ALNB
Maggie Ferere, FLSB
Amy Smith, KYEB
Sophia Ward, MDB
Jan Zari, CACB
Thank you for taking an active role in the NCBC by serving on the Awards Committee. We appreciate your assistance to identify and recognize your NCBC peers for their outstanding service, achievements, public service and administrative excellence.