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  • The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Healthy10 Awards.


Meet the honorary HMB Partnership of the Year Award Judges!

The Honorable Betsy Price
Mayor of Fort Worth
Dr. Jerome Adams, MD
Indiana State Health Commissioner

Rachna Govani

Dr. Jeff Lundy, PhD
Director, Public Policy Development,
Data & Analytics


Meet the honorary Healthy Education & Workforce, Environment, and Community Judges!

Chelsey Holmlund
Senior Manager, Strategic Partnerships, UNITE-LA
LA Area Chamber of Commerce
Jennifer Silberman
VP, Coporate Social Responsibility

Thomas G. Bognanno
President & CEO 
Community Health Charities

Chuck Gillespie
Executive Director
Wellness Council of Indiana

Katie Loovis
Director, Corporate Responsibility

Robert Egger
Founder & President
L.A. Kitchen + D.C. Central Kitchen

Meredith Aronson
Director, Partnerships & Marketing
National Foundation on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition
Katie Adamson
Senior Director, Health Partnerships and Policy
YMCA of the USA
Megan Corey
Senior Director, Marketing & Communications
Alliance for a Healthier Generation
Stacy Molander
Chief Partner Officer
Partnership for a Healthier America
Chris Smith
Senior Program Officer, Healthy Living
Colorado Health Foundation
Sue Polis
Director, Health & Wellness, Institute for Youth,
Education and Families,
National League of Cities


Judging Process and Responsibilities

Judging Process:

A committee of business experts, public sector leaders, academics, and nonprofit and health-care professionals has been selected to review all applications in a single category.

There is only one round of judging per award category; providing that, any partnerships also nominated for the Health Means Business Partnership or Business of the Year will undergo a second review— by a select set judges and evaluative criteria.

Winner Selection:

Nomination scores are based on a weighted rubric—with the highest value placed on the strategic development, execution, and proof of positive impact sections.

  • Three (3) award winners will be selected per category (Healthy Community, Healthy Education and Workforce, and Healthy Environment)
  • one (1) nomination will be honored as the Health Means Business Partnership or Business of the Year.

In the event that a partnership or business is selected as a finalist in more than one category, the partnership or business will receive the award for the category where they earned the highest total score. The partnership with the second highest score will receive the award for the subsequent category.


In the event there is a tie between finalists, a forced ranking will be based on the judge's qualitative review.

Finalists will not be confirmed or announced until all participating entities have validated the submission.

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