Lifetime Achievement Award
The ASPR Lifetime Achievement Award is the most prestigious award an in-house physician recruitment professional can receive in the industry. The purpose of the Lifetime Achievement Award is to recognize and honor an ASPR member for a distinguished career and for significant contributions made to the field of in-house physician recruitment.
As one of 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award recipients, Laura Screeney has remained committed to ASPR since its founding in many leadership roles including immediate former president. The ASPR Lifetime Achievement Award is the most prestigious award an in-house physician recruitment professional can receive in the industry.
Founding ASPR member Donna Loy received this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of her commitment throughout the years in a number of board and committee positions.
Additionally, the lifetime achievement award was bestowed posthumously to Bill Norris, and his family was on hand to receive the award on his behalf.
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Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients
- 2018 – Laura Screeney
- 2018 – Donna Loy
- 2018 – Bill Norris (posthumously)
- 2017 – Marci Jackson
- 2013 – Scott Lindblom
- 2012 – Tim Skinner
- 2011 – Jerry Hess
Volunteer of the Year Award
The Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes and honors an ASPR member or members for their significant contributions made as a volunteer.
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Volunteer of the Year Recipients
- 2017 – Rachel Reliford
- 2016 – Judy Brown and Suzanne Anderson
- 2015 – Robin Schiffer
- 2014 – Miranda Grace
- 2013 – Kate Rader
- 2012 – Marci Jackson