O&P Woman of the Year Nominations Now Open

Published in Orthotics & Prosthetics on June 01, 2022

Award recipient to be announced during AOPA National Assembly. 

OPGA has announced that the nomination period for the 2022 O&P Woman of the Year Award is open.   

The annual award, organized by OPGA, is open to all women who work in the profession. Nominators are encouraged to provide examples of how the nominee has made significant contributions throughout her career to serve her patients, community, business and the O&P profession.      

In 2021, Ashlie White, Director of Health Policy and Strategic Alliances with American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association, was selected from a group of outstanding women as the fifth O&P Woman of the Year.  

Nominations must be submitted by July 15 and can be made online by visiting the OPGA website at www.vgm.com/oandpwomanoftheyear. The 2022 O&P Woman of the Year Award winner will be selected by a committee of O&P professionals.   

The winner of this award will be announced during the AOPA National Assembly. More details on the ceremony will be released in the future. 

For more information about the O&P Woman of the Year Award, including criteria and the nomination form, visit www.vgm.com/oandpwomanoftheyear.  


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