Woman Leader in Education Excellence Award

The "Woman Leader in Education Excellence Award "recognizes female leaders whose talent, creativity, and vision are exemplary in their pedagogical skills

The award recognizes the exceptional leadership of active, front-line female leaders who make a difference in the education industry every day. The award will witness the outmost exceptional achievements of women educators in academics and research.

The Eligibility criteria to submit a nomination for an award:

  • Significant improved educational institutions, teaching methods, and school administrations.
  • Contributed to the overall development of education in the region.
  • Formed an educational institution or an organization that promoted educational opportunities.
  • Is committed to improving herself and becoming a mentor to others.
  • Have taken the lead in formulating innovative measures for education and training.
  • Inspired all those who aspire to work in the field of education.
  • Demonstrated extraordinary flair in leading society to respect learning and knowledge.
  • Played a major role in curriculum building for modern education.
  • Identified the shortcomings in the educational system and rectify them.
  • Have contributed to developing the younger generation's interpersonal skills.
  • Helped the young women to cope with future challenges.
  • Thought the younger women to deal with people from different cultures with grace.
  • Actively empowered women's education in the region while developing their cultural status.
  • Developed strong educational system facilitating demands and requirements of society.
  • Worked on encouraging women to participate in various fields of education.
  • Advocated for the value of school administrators and profession’s improvement.
  • Can be in her early career, revealing excellence in her contributions to the educational sector.
  • Established an outstanding performance in service, innovative programs, teaching, research etc.
  • Demonstrated significant commitment in fostering diversity and equity.
  • Have empowered women from traditionally marginalized and underrepresented communities.
  • Expressed a desire to give back through public or community services.
  • Constantly improved administrative knowledge and skills, motivating others in the team.