published on June 1, 2016 - 9:10 AM
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Marjaree Mason Center, Fresno County’s only dedicated provider of domestic violence shelter and support services, including education for victims and youth, announced today that nominations are being accepted for the 33rd Annual Top Ten Professional Women and Leading Business Awards on Oct. 14 at the Fresno Convention Center.

The 33rd Annual Top Ten Professional Women and Leading Business Awards, a prestigious awards ceremony honoring local professionals, will bring approximately 1,200 attendees together with the goal of honoring these outstanding individuals in our community while also raising awareness for domestic violence.

This event pays tribute to ten women who have served as role models and given back to their communities, all while making strides in their professions.

One local business is also honored as the Leading Business of the Year for its support of women and women’s issues.

Any community member may place a nomination by visiting https://www.mmcenter.org/top-ten.

Nominators must complete the online form and provide references for the nominee.

The deadline to submit nominations is July 22. A panel of judges will review each candidate and provide a ranking based on preset criteria. The Marjaree Mason Center will announce award recipients in August.

“The Marjaree Mason Center has been honored to host the Top Ten Awards for the past 33 years,” said Genelle Taylor Kumpe, Marjaree Mason Center’s executive director.

“The success of the event is all due to the dedicated support we receive from our community members, partners and local businesses,” Taylor Kumpe added. “We’re pleased that PrideStaff is our exclusive presenting sponsor again this year and look forward to unveiling our keynote speaker soon.”

Tickets to the luncheon can be purchased for $60 each or a table of 10 for $600. Visit www.mmcenter.org/top-ten to order online.

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