Nominate your leader or organization for the MSSBTA Transformation Leader of the Year. Nominations are accepted February through August.
Each fall during the Governor’s Celebration of Innovation event, MSS Business Transformation Advisory (MSSBTA) presents its Transformation Leader of the Year award. The award is given to a leader or organization that has achieved significant transformational change in the previous year.
The nomination period runs from February through August, and includes the following seven categories:
- Emerging/Hyper-growth companies – $5M to $49M in revenue
- Mid-size companies – $50M to $999M in revenue
- Enterprise companies – over $1B in revenue
- Non-profit organizations
- Public Sector agencies – municipal, county, and state agencies
- Higher Education – public or private institutions
- K-12 Education – public or private institutions
Qualified nominees will have achieved successful transformation within their organization and showed the traits and character of a transformational leader. Organizations should be in operation for three years or more, headquartered or have significant operations in Arizona, and achieved measurable transformative outcomes in 2020.
The MSSBTA Transformation Leader of the Year award will be presented at the Governor’s Celebration of Innovation event in November.
Why wait? Nominate a Transformation Leader now!
Transformation Leader nominees will be invited to join quarterly round table panels with fellow nominees to collaborate and share transformation best practices and experiences.
Leading up to the November award presentation, Transformation Leader finalists participate in the MSSBTA Transformation Day panel with previous award winners. Watch the 2020 Transformation Day panel discussion
The MSSBTA Transformation Leader of the Year award is open to Arizona companies and not-for-profit organizations.
Meet our previous Transformation Leader of the Year Award recipients.
Dr. Elizabeth “Betsy” Cantwell leads the University of Arizona’s Office for Research, Innovation and Impact. She is responsible for expanding the university’s capacity for knowledge creation and discovery; integrating efforts by faculty, students, staff and executive leaders to move inventions and technologies to the marketplace; increasing the university’s connectivity with external collaborators; spearheading industry and public partnerships; and increasing total research funding.
With more than 20 years of IT experience, Paul Green‘s technology-infused leadership adds exciting dimension to his role as Chief Development Officer. Paul joined Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance as CIO in 2014 to strengthen the company’s IT capability in support of its continued growth. With a focus on the patient experience, Paul’s innovative influence is evident in everything from the company’s workflow to its online presence. In 2018, Paul was named the Chief Development Officer to lead the company’s technology and business development initiatives.
Submit your nominee today!