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2009 Linowes Leadership Awards Letter of Reference by 5v4CW8

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									                  2009 LINOWES LEADERSHIP AWARDS PROGRAM

                                          LETTER OF REFERENCE

All Letters of Reference must be typed directly into the form provided. Please review the Linowes Leadership Awards
Guidelines before preparing your nomination. Provide as much detailed and anecdotal information as possible on your
candidate(s). Self-nominations will not be accepted, and nominees will not be notified of their nomination. Nominations
and letters of reference must be received by Friday, February 20, 2009 at Noon. Fax to 202-955-8084 or mail to Tracey
Jarmon, The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region at 1201 15 th Street, NW, Suite 420, Washington, DC
20005. If you have any questions, please contact Tracey Jarmon at 202-263-4764 or by email at tjarmon@cfncr.org.



I. Nominee Information
 Full Name:

 Title/Organization:


II. Your Information
 Full Name:

 Title/Organization:

 Mailing Address:
 City:                                            State: Choose One             Zip Code:
 Telephone Number:                                            Fax Number:
 Email Address:

 Relationship to Nominee:

III. Letter of Reference

   1. Describe how this nominee is making a difference in the community in unusual and creative
       ways. [1500 characters maximum]


   2. How does the nominee show initiative and contribute above to their community above and
       beyond his/her paid/volunteer work? [1500 characters maximum]


   3. Does this nominee demonstrate the ability to attract and inspire others to community work
       by his/her leadership? Describe. [1500 characters maximum]



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4. Is this nominee a visionary – “a shaper of what could be”? [1500 characters maximum]


5. Has this nominee been recognized publicly outside of his/her field or area of work?
   [500 characters maximum]




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