Deadline extended: Are you a leading female adviser?

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Employee Benefit Adviser is accepting nominations for its Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising Awards. Deadline for nominations has been extended to Friday, June 2.

The honor recognizes extraordinary contributions such as significantly increasing a firm’s sales and/or market share, providing strategic consulting to help clients achieve their highest goals, fostering employee benefit innovations, advocating successfully for adviser causes and, in general, elevating the status of all women in the profession.

In-depth winner profiles will appear in EBA's July issue and on www.employeebenefitadviser.com. Get to know the 2016 winners.

Access the nomination form here.

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