The woman Leader in Media Excellence Award is open for an outstanding woman each year who has exhibited excellence at an executive level and also, lead and motivate greatness in the national media industry; moreover, the award aims to empower and inspire women to take the lead and fulfill their professional potential.
The Woman Leader in Media Excellence Award is a prestigious prize given to one outstanding woman each year who has given practically all of herself to attain exceptional leadership in the media industry. Possible contributions include reporting, presenting, hosting talk shows, and documentary production. Her article may have been printed, televised, or broadcasted on the internet.
The Award is presented for the best contribution by women to the regional media industry. The media industry may include newspapers, television, radio, and internet news portals, and her contribution may be in reporting, presenting, talk shows, documentary production, and managing media organizations.
- The nominee must be a woman media and communications professional of Middle East origin.
- The nominee may work for the Middle East or a multinational media organization.
- The nominee's media organization may offer news that is general or specific to a sector of the industry, like ICT, Tourism, Banking, etc.
- The nominee will have contributed significantly to the field of media and communications with her objectivity and insight.
- The nominee will have raised several women-specific and community-related issues via her work and provoked thought and action.
- The nominee must have a good command of various media communication and broadcasting strategies.
- The nominee must possess the capability of establishing partnerships with other organizations.
- The nominee must be efficient in meeting the customers' demands and queries and dealing with them efficiently and professionally.
- The nominee's contributions must have led to significant growth and development in the institution's productivity and the performance of its staff.
- The nominee should have demonstrated emphatic leadership in initiating visions and strategies that strengthen the media communications sector while benefiting and advancing the community and the region.
- The nominee must have established effective tie-ups and partnerships with regional and international newspapers and other editorials to enable participation in various significant seminars and other events.
- The nominee must have worked by the policies and standards set by the organization to achieve sustainable growth and development.
- The nominee must have devised strategies that influence other young women leaders to establish their position in this sector and creatively build a better society.
- The nominee should have been able to bridge the gap between the government and business organizations through her leadership skills in the communication field.
- The nominee should have reflected success in targeting a wide range of audiences by implementing efficient market strategies, targeting social events, and covering major events and conferences regionally and globally.