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Greater Oklahoma City Chapter
P.O. Box 60856
Oklahoma City, OK 73146-0856
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Your Oklahoma City chapter of the United Nations Association is seeking
nominations for our 2015 Public Service Award. You are invited to
nominate someone you know.
The award is designed to honor a
public sector worker who deserves
to be recognized for their great
service to the people of Oklahoma.
Perhaps you can think of a colleague
or co-worker who is under-
appreciated or who never gets
all the recognition they truly deserve.
Previous winners of the award
Lester Claravall, a specialist in
child labor law enforcement for the
Oklahoma Department of Labor.
Brandi Woods-Littlejohn, a program manager in the office of Oklahoma
Attorney General Scott Pruitt. Ms. Woods-Littlejohn is the project director
for Oklahoma's Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board.
Ben Pollard, Assistant Director of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission.
Jacklyn Brink Rosen, a legislative assistant in the Oklahoma House of
Workers who are eligible for nomination would include any current employee
of a governmental organization or agency -- including any public school
system, city-county agency, tax-supported library system, state university
or community college, etc.
Our winner will be selected on the basis of: (1) The employee's contribution
to excellence and innovation in public service; and (2) The manner in
which the employee's efforts help to illustrate the global community's
common commitment to "social progress" and "better standards of life."
Our 2015 Award Winner will receive a commemorative certificate, and his /
her story will be highlighted on our website.
To submit a nomination, use this easy online form ...
... and you can submit as many nominations as you would like.
The deadline for nominations is June 1st. Our 2015 winner will be
announced during the week of June 23rd.
Nominate a Public Sector Worker
for the 2015 UNA-OKC Award
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