Any ISAHU member can nominate someone, or a chapter in the case of the State Chapter of the Year award, for any of these awards:
State Member of the Year
Any ISAHU member (including past Chapter Members of the Year) can be considered for this award based on the person’s involvement, leadership and dedication to NAHU, ISAHU and their local chapter. Please include a brief description regarding the nominees’ qualifications to aid the Awards Committee in making their decision.
State Chapter of the Year
This award honors a local chapter for outstanding achievements and excellence in their overall activities including leadership, dedication to the goals and positions of NAHU and ISAHU, and service to their members, the industry and the public. Please give a brief reason for your nomination, in 50 words or less, summarizing the chapter‘s accomplishments during the award period.
State Legislative Excellence Award
Nominees should be chosen based on an individual’s work on legislative issues. Activities can include (but are not limited to) articles written and/or published on legislative issues, attending meetings and/or working on committees with state and local legislators, promotion of HUPAC and ISAHU PAC to the membership, work on political campaigns, etc.
State Volunteer Committee Member of the Year
This award was created in 2007 to recognize the dedication of an ISAHU member who has dedicated a high level of time and effort to assist the State Board on special project or committee.
State Emerging Leader Award
A new State award to recognize an individual with less than THREE years as a NAHU member and less than THREE years in the insurance industry who has contributed significantly above and beyond what is normally called for in connection with association volunteer service at the local, state or national level. The nominee’s commitment of time, talent and finances to the advancement of the Association and the health insurance industry should be exemplary.