Chief Hot Momma aka Kathy Korman Frey (you’ll remember her electrifying keynote if you attended the 2010 #wgbiz boot camp) tells us that the submission deadline for HMP’s annual case competition is January 31 – that’s Monday.
What is it? From their site:
“The Hot Mommas® Project is an award-winning venture housed at the George Washington University School of Business.
“We make women’s stories teachable using our “case wizard” at www.HotMommasProject.org. The Hot Mommas Project library is the first of its kind, providing scalable, global access to role models and virtual mentors that can be used by peer support groups, educators, trainers, and parents.
“We’ve been featured in Prentice Hall textbooks, the Washington Post, NPR and are the winner of a national Coleman Foundation case award.”
What’s the competition?
They are currently accepting nominations for the 2011 case study competition (the 2010 case study competition closed midnight, January 31, 2010.)
Nominated women receive a nomination notice, write their story at HotMommasProject.org using their “case wizard,” then click “publish” prior to January 31, 2011. Writers are permanently archived in their case library. Winners will be judged in February 2011 and published in a leading Prentice Hall textbook.
What to do next?
Go to www.HotMommasProject.org to learn more, see their recent press release, and browse their library of teachable stories (aka “cases”).
Nominees registered at www.HotMommasProject.org will receive updates on prizes and honors.
Don’t wait! Nominate a dynamic woman 18 or older (yourself included). You can also email your nominations at support [a] hotmommasproject [dot] org.
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Women Grow Business editor Shonali Burke is the award-winning principal of Shonali Burke Consulting, which specializes in “integrated communication to the nth degree.” In other words, she turns your communication conundrums into community cool. Featured on BNET as The Startup Storyteller, she also publishes Waxing UnLyrical under the watchful eyes of Chuck, Suzy Q. and Lola, her three rescue dogs. Her long-suffering husband has accepted that Shonali can most often be found on Twitter.Google+