NEADHVS Member Awards
NEADHVS presents two prestigious volunteer management awards
New England Award for Professional Excellence (NEAPE). The NEAPE Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated extraordinary service and contributions to the advancement of healthcare volunteer management.
President’s Award for Outstanding Program Development. The President’s Award is presented to recognize an outstanding volunteer program that incorporates innovative administrators, effective collaborators and the ability to create “high impact” within the field of Volunteer Services.
Both awards are presented at the NEADHVS Annual Spring Conference in May.
Award nominees are nominated by YOU their peers! Please, find more information below about the NEAPE Award and the President’s Award for Outstanding Program Development.
What is the criteria for the NEAPE award?
A NEADHVS member in good standing for a minimum of two years. Sorry, if you’re a State President or the Professional Development Chair you’ll have to wait to be nominated until your term ends.
NEAPE AWARD WINNERS
2005 Pat O'Brien Rowell- Massachusetts
2006 Joseph P. Dooley, Jr.- Massachusetts
2007 Sandra Cranford- Maine
2008 Millie Stewart – Maine
2009 Michelle Caruso, CAVS - Massachusetts
2010 Lynelle Abel- Connecticut
2011 Steve Hurd, CAVS - Maine
2012 Sandra Marshall, CAVS - NH/VT
2013 Denise Roncarati- Rhode Island
2014 Kelley Boothby, CAVS- Connecticut
2015 Award migrated to Spring Conference
2016 Eileen Pelletier, CAVS - Connecticut
2017 Susan Hedrich, CAVS - Maine
President’s Award for Outstanding Program Development
What is the criteria for the Presidents award?
The President’s Award for Outstanding Program Development is presented annually to recognize a colleague(s) for an outstanding volunteer program. Applications can be submitted in one of the following categories:
- High Impact Volunteer Services
- Volunteer Program Administration
- Community Outreach and/or Collaboration
The applicant must be a NEADHVS member in good standing. Each NEADHVS member can submit one application for a program that has been in operational for a period of at least six (6) months. Current State President’s and Professional Development Committee members are ineligible to apply for the NEADHVS President’s Award.
How do I nominate my program for the President’s Award for Outstanding Program Development?
Click here for a nomination form. NEADHVS member(s) may submit one application and supporting documentation for one of the three award categories. Completed nomination forms and supporting documents should be emailed to email@example.com.