Who's Who in America's Neighborhoods Award
The Who’s Who in America’s Neighborhoods Award was created to recognize those individuals whose work mirrors the mission of Neighborhoods, USA: to build and strengthen neighborhood associations; to encourage neighborhood involvement in the decision-making process in local governments; and to promote productive communications and collaborations between neighborhood associations, local governments and the public/private sectors.
Only current NUSA members may nominate an individual for the Who's Who award and only one nomination per year will be allowed. Current (seated) NUSA board members are ineligible for nomination. Nominating criteria will include: describe the neighborhood involvement of the nominee; explain how the nominee has proven to be a leader in the community; and explain why the nominator feels the nominee has earned the award's recognition.