2023 SE4A Awards Winners - Awards PDF
SE4A presents six annual award categories to acknowledge services to older adults: Jane Kennedy Excellence in Aging, Positive Images in Aging, Public/Private Corporate Partnerships, Outstanding Community Service, Outstanding Volunteer in Aging, and Aging Impact. Recipients are recognized and honored at the Annual SE4A Conference Luncheon. Deadline for submission for 2024 TBD.
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Jane Kennedy Excellence in Aging recognizes an individual or organization that promotes the safety, welfare, and well-being of older persons in the Southeast region. (Paid AAA staff are not eligible for this award)
Positive Images in Aging recognizes a group, agency, or business in the private and/or public sector who have presented a positive image of older adults through their efforts in advertising, hiring practices, etc. whose platform has impacted a large market.
Corporate Partnership recognizes a AAA and Business partnership which has enhanced the quality of life of older adults. (Corporation is a for-profit business)
Outstanding Community Service recognizes a faith-based institution, service agency and organization, civic club, or governmental department that has made positive contributions to the lives of older adults.
Outstanding Volunteer recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution through volunteering his or her time in the Southeast aging network.
Aging Impact recognizes public policy makers at the city/county, regional/state, and nation levels who have made an observable and measurable impact on the quality of life for older adults by providing leadership in one or more areas: Advocacy, Public Policy Change, Securing New or Additional Funding, Program Development, and/or Cultural Enhancement.
In addition to these six awards, The Honorary Lifetime Membership Award is given each year to qualified former AAA Directors who have served on the SE4A Board.