The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Ace Award is presented annually to culturally diverse mid- to senior-level managers who are achieving excellence and having an impact that exceeds expectations for their employer and the company’s bottom line.
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Ace Awards showcase Kansas City as a vital market for diverse professionals to launch and build meaningful careers. The Ace Awards recognize culturally diverse mid-to-senior level managers, nominated by their colleagues for outstanding achievement in their respective industries, inspiring and mentoring others, and making exceptional contributions to the success of their companies.
ACE AWARD CRITERIA:
Nominees are employees of any gender, age, sexual orientation, or disability including employees or managers of any ethnic or culturally diverse community who:
Here is our definition of Workforce Diversity:
Impact their organization’s success by directly or indirectly increasing profitability, improving efficiencies and/or reducing costs
Improve their workplace culture by embracing and promoting an inclusive environment, positive attitude and influence on others
Demonstrate leadership by upholding their organization’s core values and promoting innovation
Work in middle-to-senior level management or head a specific department (such as, but not limited to accounting, marketing, production or business), or who serves as a project manager in a flat organization
Have some involvement in the development and/or implementation of policies, procedures and plans
Promote diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the organization and are an active advocate and hold themselves and others accountable for diversity and inclusion (D&I)
Demonstrate sustained active external leadership/involvement e.g. active role in diverse organizations, programs or initiatives locally or nationally
Serve as a role model, sponsor and mentor for all employees with an emphasis on their ethnic and culturally diverse employee base
Celebrating similarities and embracing differences among employees in terms of cultural background, physical abilities and disabilities, race, gender, veteran status, and sexual orientation.
* C-Level executives may submit nominations but are not eligible to receive the award
Nominate your Ace here >>
POWER of Diversity Breakfast
Wednesday, July 27, 7:30-9:30 a.m.
Kansas City Marriott Downtown
Breakfast presented by Hallmark and KCP&L.
$40 KC Chamber members
KC Chamber Diversity Program information
If you have questions, please contact Greg Valdovino, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at firstname.lastname@example.org