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SPECIAL AWARD NOMINATIONS

In addition to our entry winners, we recognize three exceptional communicators. Nominate one of your peers. 

  • Communicator of the Year: Honors a member of the community for his or her contributions to the community through communications. This person is not a communicator by profession — but by passion.

  • Professional of the Year: Recognizes the outstanding achievements of an IABC member in his or her career, profession and community.

  • Rising Star: We will once again recognize a dynamic, young professional who has demonstrated outstanding ability and strong leadership within the communications profession.

2021 Bronze Quill

Entries

The International Association of Business Communicators’ (IABC) Bronze Quill Awards recognize outstanding employee communications, public relations, media relations, community relations, government affairs and marketing communication efforts.

 

The Tulsa Chapter’s Bronze Quill Awards is open to all communicators – members and non-members alike.

ENTRIES NOW CLOSED

Event Date: Coming Summer 2021 - TBD

 

New this year, we’re introducing categories for COVID-19 and Diversity & Inclusion communications. We’ve also moved Social Media communications into the skills division.

 

Category 14-B: Covid-19 Response & Recovery Management And Communication

  • COVID-19-related programs targeted at external and/or internal audiences that address crisis, business continuity or issues or attitudes that have a significant impact on an organization, such as shuttering/re-opening businesses, furloughing/laying off staff, redesigning business operations

  • Programs may demonstrate both proactive planning and preventive action during the pandemic and/or show the actions taken to address trends, issues and interest group attitudes that have a major impact on an organization

 

Category 17: Diversity And Inclusion

  • Campaigns or programs of work aimed at building a culture of inclusion for an organization, with internal and/or external stakeholders

  • Entries must focus on the communication elements of D&I programs, which could include specific topic-based initiatives, special events or wider organizational strategies to advance D&I aims