Every year two awards are presented at the winter meeting of the IDWC in Boise following the Frank and Bethine Church Gala in Boise.
The Awards Committee is compromised of the following individuals:
|Shirley McFaddan, Chair, email@example.com||Emilie Jackson-Edney, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cheryl Halverson, email@example.com|
Dottie Stimpson Award
The Dottie Stimpson Award honors an IDWC member who has demonstrated perseverance, persistence, patience, passion, commitment, and leadership. The award is named for IDWC co-founder Dottie Stimpson. Dottie’s work on behalf of the Democratic Party and the Women’s Caucus has been significant, and in this way, we honor her loyalty, energy, and support. She was a long-time Democratic activist in Washington, D.C., before moving to Idaho in 1990. She was also a former Idaho Democratic National Committee member. In January 2001, the IDWC announced the first annual award in her name.
DOTTIE STIMPSON AWARD WINNERS
|2018||Kristi Milan||2017||Donna Pence|
|2016||Rita Haggardt||2015||Shelly Landry|
|2014||Jeanne Buell (Lifetime Achievement)|
|2014||Michelle Stennett||2013||Barbara Barber|
|2012||Tamara Poelstra||2011||Betty Murphy|
|2010||Carolyn Boyce||2009||Deborah Silver|
|2008||Barbara Harris||2007||Sally Gasser|
|2006||Marilyn Howard||2005||Sharon Van Slyke|
|2004||Angie Neitzel||2003||Lucille Randolph|
|2002||Molly Lazechko||2001||Virginia Cole|
The Young Distinguished Woman Award honors one of our hard-working and committed Young Women who has shown outstanding leadership among her peers over the past year. She must be between the ages of eighteen and thirty-five years of age. Young people are the future of our country and their achievements must be recognized and rewarded.