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The 2015 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards
We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2015 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards: Sandra Gutierrez, Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors, Los Angeles; Jody Lewen, Prison University Project, San Quentin; Nancy O’Malley, Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, Oakland; Bill Pace and Beth Sirull, Pacific Community Ventures, San Francisco
Nomination Deadline Extended to April 9
You’ve asked and we are pleased to oblige – Irvine is extending the deadline for the Leadership Award nominations.
Spotlight on 2014 Leadership Award Recipients
In the month since the 2014 awards were announced, media outlets across the state have been highlighting the work of these extraordinary individuals and pairs advancing innovative solutions to some of California’s biggest challenges.
Irvine Leadership Award Recipients are all the Buzz!
The 2014 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award recipients were recently announced at a luncheon held in Sacramento.
Nominations for our $125,000 Leadership Award are Open
We’re now seeking nominations for the 2015 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards, which will be our tenth class of California leaders recognized for implementing proven approaches to addressing critical state issues.
Leadership Awards Nomination Deadline Extended to April 10
But it looks like we’ll have to wait just a few more days as we have extended the nominations deadline to April 10.
Announcing the 2013 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards
We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards. The awards recognize Californians who are implementing innovative, effective solutions to critical state issues.
Restoring the San Joaquin Valley Floodplain
Five years ago, John Carlon and Tom Griggs were recognized with a James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award for their innovative work restoring the river ecosystems of the Central Valley while improving protection of populated areas from potentially devastating floods.