1.ORGANISATIONS

Two different awards  will be awarded to organisations that continue to strive for more diversity and inclusion and can demonstrate their commitment and actions to promote, encourage and implement more diversity and inclusion within their organisations

 

1.The Diversity Award (TDA)

The TDA Award will be awarded to one organisation that can successfully demonstrate its support, promotion and embracing of diversity and inclusion by meeting the following criteria:

  • Have more than 30% female on executive level
  • Have more than 30% female on senior management level
  • Have clear policies of promoting diversity and inclusion
  • High integrity, ethical and professional standards
  • Demonstrates a positive environment that promotes nurturing of talent and mentorship

 

2.The Pink Chip Employer Award (PCEA)

The PCEA Award will be awarded to one organisation that can successfully demonstrate that it is the best place to work for female employees based on policies and environment of the organisation meeting the following criteria:

  • Demonstrate flexibility with work policies especially for working mothers
  • Is rated the best place to work for by more than 70% of employees
  • Have clear policies of promoting diversity and inclusion
  • High integrity, ethical and professional standards
  • Demonstrates a positive environment that promotes nurturing of female talent
  • Have internal female mentorship programme
  • Encourages female leadership development

 

2. INDIVIDUALS

Three different awards will be awarded to outstanding women and leaders who can demonstrate clear leadership, mentorship, integrity, ethical standards, and professionalism and continue to make positive contribution to the industry. These individuals have to meet the criteria indicated in each award.

 

1.The Payments Woman of The Year (TPWOY)

The TPWOY award is a lifetime achievement award that will be awarded to one woman who meets the following criteria:

  • Made tremendous contribution to the industry
  • A well recognised leader in the industry
  • An advocate or evangelist for diversity and inclusion in the industry
  • Known for being a good mentor to fellow women in the industry
  • Holds high integrity, ethical and professional standards
  • An innovator or is well know to have set a trend in the industry
  • Plays a very visible role in the industry
  • A known payments evangelist

 

2.The Young Innovator (TYI)

The TYI Award will be awarded to two women under age of 45 years who can demonstrate innovation that has been spearheaded by them or is in the process of implementation at the time of nomination. This will be awarded to women meeting the following criteria:

  • Holds high integrity, ethical and professional standards
  • An innovator or is well know to have set a trend in the industry
  • Plays a very visible role in the industry
  • A known payments evangelist
  • Very vocal and very active in the industry to promote, showcase expertise and share about a specific subject matter

 

3.The Positive Trouble Maker (TPTM)

The TPTM Award will be awarded to one woman who has been and continues to be very vocal in promoting diversity & inclusion in the industry, advocates for safe environment and is known as the go-getter. This will be awarded to one woman meeting the following criteria:

  • Holds high integrity, ethical and professional standards
  • Known as the go-to person in the industry
  • Doesn’t hesitate to loudly advocate, promote and fight for diversity in the industry
  • A known payments evangelist
  • Plays a very visible role in the industry
  • Goes extra mile to create positive environment to encourage innovation, diversity and leadership