Stephanie Hau, CEM’s president and CEO, proudly served as the keynote speaker for the 2016 Women of Tomorrow Awards event on Tuesday, March 29, where she was honored as the “Woman of the Present.”
During this year’s award ceremony, Stephanie had the opportunity to speak to motivated young women in the Harford County community. She shared advice with the young ladies to encourage their curiosity of new ideas, actively consider differences and always seek new and progressive opportunities. Stephanie urged the young women to make an impact in their community and beyond by dedicating themselves to learning, contributing and remaining engaged.
This year, four young women received recognition as nominees for the Harford County Women of Tomorrow Award. Each nominee, honored for their unique dedication to volunteer work, leadership, community involvement and academic excellence, received a nomination from a member of the community and completed detailed essays explaining their thoughts on what it means to be a “Woman of Tomorrow.”
With the passion to improve the human condition and give back to the community, CEM awarded each Woman of Tomorrow nominee with a monetary scholarship award, in addition to gifts provided by Harford County and other generous sponsors.
Proud to have had the opportunity to address such a devoted and community-driven audience, Stephanie and CEM congratulates each nominee for this recognition and wishes each young lady continued success.