Women‘s Advocate Recognition

University of Arkansas Women's Advocate Nomination

A women's advocate is an individual who leads by example, is a role model and mentor, and is an inspiration for others seeking gender equality and women’s empowerment. They mentor and empower those around them and make a positive impact on women’s experiences on our campus.

In a few sentences, please explain how the nominee has actively advanced, advocated, or supported women’s rights, equality, and empowerment in a way that has had a positive impact on the lives of women on the University of Arkansas campus community, region, state and/or nation (limit 250 words).


Recognition Process

Upon nominating a women’s advocate for recognition, the nominator will receive confirmation acknowledging that the nomination has been received. The nominee will receive a copy of the nomination. The Commission will select individuals to be featured on the Commission’s website. Selected nominees will also receive a letter of recognition from the Chancellor’s Commission on Women and a select number will be recognized at an annual Women’s Commission event or online.


All faculty, students, administrators, and staff members are eligible.

Who Can Nominate

Any member of the University of Arkansas community or an UA-based organization may nominate a person to be recognized as a women’s advocate. Self-nominations will not be accepted.