The Inspire Awards 2022

Presented by the Chamber's Women Leadership Committee, the Inspire Awards will celebrate individuals who have gone above and beyond to create a positive impact in the lives of others through their leadership in the workplace and/or involvement in the community. August 18 | 5:30 PM | Central Park Performing Arts Center.

There are five categories to be nominated for and are as follows:

  • An individual in Business that inspires others.
  • An individual in a Non-profit that inspires others.
  • A first responder (EMT, Firefighter, Police Officer, etc.) that inspires.
  • An individual that inspires our youth.
  • An inspiring youth (Age 21 and under)

You do not have to be a Chamber member to win an Inspire Award, but you must be a Chamber member to nominate an individual.

DOWNLOAD THE 2022 NOMINATION FORM HERE: https://docs.google.com/document/d/16ywtVliPP44uuNavYHrVIW4FqkcjUKyQ/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=105290061834608359986&rtpof=true&sd=true 

Email us the nomination forms at membership@remove-thiscentralchamber.biz The deadline is July 27th.

Purchase your event tickets here: https://www.centralchamber.biz/index.php?id=154&eventuid=7306 

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The Inspire Awards 2021

2021 Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerce 12th Annual Inspire Award Honorees! Seen here, from left, Tricia Kane of Piper Fire Protection with Jeannine and Kevin Ford of the Tarpon Springs Leadership Conservatory of the Arts; Jake Alexander of Action Accounting, Krish Asknani of Palm Harbor University High School IB Program, Misty Oudshoff of Abundant Life Children's Ministries, Jasmeen Santos-Ramirez of Largo High School IB Program, Tiffany Brown of Pinellas Multi-Ethnic Young Life, Karen McFarlin of Elmcroft of Pinecrest, Margaret Dorhman retired dispatcher of Pinellas County Safety and Emergency Service and Patricia Bell of the Greater Largo Library Foundation and Friends of the Largo Library.