See details of 2013 AWARDS - handed out at the Bern Biennial Conference
The Fellowship Award recognizes distinguished service and dedication to the goals and ideals of The Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas by persons outside FAWCO.
In keeping with its long-standing policy of advocating and working for expanded voting rights for overseas citizens, FAWCO is proud to acknowledge the determined efforts of four "fathers" of landmark election reform legislation, Help America Vote Act. In order to acknowledge their support the FAWCO Fellowship Award was initiated in 2005. click here for details.
In 2009, FAWCO awarded the Fellowship Award to Ray Cheng, CEO of Jian Global Services and FAWCO's technology advisor in recognition for his support and friendship over the last five years. The
In 2011, FAWCO awarded the Fellowship Award to Clements International in recognition of the company's support and friendship with FAWCO for more than 15 years. Clements International was our first major sponsor in 1995, advertising first in the FORUM and later on the FAWCO website. More recently they have showed their support of our work by sponsoring receptions in honor of the Americans Abroad Caucus during Overseas Americans Week in Washington, and our conferences in Vilnius, Boston and Marrakech. Clements International enables FAWCO to fulfil our goals and ideals and believes that our organization does make a difference.
Circle of Honor
The "Circle of Honor" is the highest award given by FAWCO. The Circle of Honor recognizes distinguished years of service and dedication to the goals and ideals of The Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas in both elected and appointed positions.
Caroline Curtis Brown Spirit Award
FAWCO Founder Caroline Curtis Brown was as an idealist who, through her vision, inspiration and energy, made the AWC of London an outstanding organization of service to the membership and the community. With equal dedication, Caroline believed that enlightened women, working together throughout the world, could do much to achieve international peace. In 1931, Caroline invited representatives from Clubs in Antwerp, Berlin, Paris, The Hague, Vienna and Zurich to London to discuss the concept of forming an organization. More than 80 years later, the spirit of FAWCO's Founder continues to inspire us.
The Caroline Curtis Brown Spirit Award was established in 2005 in appreciation of service exemplifying the spirit, inspiration and dedication of Founder Caroline Curtis Brown.
Reps Appreciation Award
In 2008, the FAWCO Board initiated the Rep Appreciation Award to recognize ongoing commitment, dedication and achievement of FAWCO Reps in member clubs.
Barbara Edwards - AWC Vienna
Janet Byrne - AW Surrey
Tricia Reynolds - AWC Naples
Anne Cameron-Rutschmann - AWC Zurich
Grace Christovasilis - AWO Greece
Linda Laval - AWG Languedoc-Roussillion
Nan de Laubadère - AAWE Paris
Jonsi Andrews - AWO Ticino
Eileen Green Doyle- AWC Dublin
Monica Jubayli - AWA Dubai
Tracy Moede - AWC Hamburg
Denise Rollins - AWA Angola
Alma Lou Annab - AW Amman
Clydette DeGroot - AWG Paris
Robin Meloy Goldsby - AIWC Cologne
Donna Haas - AWA Dubai
Jocelyn Fitzgerald - AILO Florence
Amy Patrick - North American Connection
Tricia Saur - AIWC Cologne
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