- Association of Fundraising Professionals' Emerging Leader Award
- Austin Business Journal’s Women in Business
- AZ Big Media's Arizona Business Leaders
- Buffalo Business First's 40 Under 40 List
- Business Insider's Top Millennial Private Bankers
- Crain’s Cleveland's 20 in their 20’s
- Crain’s Detroit Business’ Notable Money Managers
- Crain’s New York Business’ Notable Asian Leaders
- Crain’s NY Notable Women on Wall Street Awards
- Crain’s NY's Diverse Leaders in Banking and Finance
- Crain's Cleveland Business' List of Notable Wealth Managers
- D CEO Magazine's Dallas 500
- Diversity Woman Magazine's Elite 100
- D-Mars' Top 50 Black Professions & Entrepreneurs of Texas
- EBONY's Power 100 List
- Euromoney Private Banking Awards
- Global Finance's Best Private Bank in the World
- Gulfshore Business' 40 Under 40
- Houston Business Journal’s Women in Business
- Joe Terry Leadership Excellence Award
- Las Vegas Sun's 40 Under 40
- Legacy Magazine's Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Industry
- Long Island Business News' 40 Under 40
- Long Island Business News’ 30 Under 30
- Long Island Business News’ Most Powerful People in Banking and Finance
- Morehouse College's Bennie Leadership and Service Award
- Naples Illustrated’s The Naples 100
- New Orleans CityBiz's Money Makers
- New York Moves' Power Woman 2022
- Orange County Business Journal's OC500 List
- Outstanding LGBT+ Executives Role Model List
- Palm Beach Illustrated's Palm Beach 100
- Philadelphia Business Journal’s Diversity Leaders in Business
- Rochester Business Journal's Power 30 Banking & Finance list
- San Diego Business Journal Latino Leaders of Influence Top 50
- San Diego Business Journal's SD 500
- San Francisco Business Times' Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business
- South Florida Business Journal’s 40 Under 40
- South Florida Business Journal’s Diversity & Inclusion - Diverse Voices
- Sports Business Journal's 40 Under 40
- St. Louis Business Journal's 40 Under 40
- Tampa Bay Business Journal 40 Under 40
- Twin Cities Business Magazine's Top Women in Banking in Finance
- Vegas Inc's 40 Under 40
- Washingtonian's Washington, DC’s Best Financial Advisers
- Washingtonian's Wealth Advisers Hall of Fame
- Yahoo! Finance Empower Role Models
Association of Fundraising Professionals' Emerging Leader Award
This award is given annually to publicly recognize the impact of fundraising professionals, nonprofit organizations, and philanthropic individuals and businesses within Central Florida. This honor is presented to individuals working in the nonprofit sector in a fundraising/development role for less than five years who are making an exceptional impact within their organization and/or the sector at large.
Austin Business Journal’s Women in Business
The 2022 Women in Business awards will recognize women in Central Texas who have forged their own path and developed their own leadership principles. Nominee must be 39 years of age or younger through Sept 30, 2022. Nominees are evaluated on the following categories: Leadership, Recent Accomplishments, Innovation/ Entrepreneurship, Giving back to the community, and Influence on Industry and/or Company.
AZ Big Media's Arizona Business Leaders
The men and women profiled in these pages have created industries, transformed industries, saved lives and made the lives of those in the communities they serve. The leaders were selected from a pool of more than 5,000 of the most innovative entrepreneurs and the best and brightest Arizona business leaders in healthcare, real estate, construction, education, banking, financial services, manufacturing and law. Over the course of more than two dozen meetings, the list of 5,000 leaders under consideration was paired down to about 500 names which the selection panel considered to be the most influential leaders in their industries.
Buffalo Business First's 40 Under 40 List
Business First once again will honor 40 Western New Yorkers under 40 years old for their professional success and community involvement. To be admitted to this exclusive class, a candidate must be under 40 years of age as of Nov. 18, 2021, and be a mover and shaker both in business and in the community. A nominee is selected based on their career accomplishments, as well as his/her involvement in the community.
Business Insider's Top Millennial Private Bankers
Insider asked top US private banks to nominate their top-performing private bankers under 40 who they believed went above and beyond for their clients while also attracting new ones.
Crain’s Cleveland's 20 in their 20’s
Nominees must be based (work) in Northeast Ohio. Nominees must be no older than 29 on the June 6 publication date. Nominees must not be a previous recipient of Crain’s Twenty in their 20s award. Nomination should showcase career professional achievements and civic engagement. Please provide detail as available (performance metrics, awards received and/or press). Please highlight involvement in any of the following: community and/or philanthropic activities, mentoring programs, diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Crain’s Detroit Business’ Notable Money Managers
Crain’s Detroit Business seeks to honor executive-level finance professionals with a record of success in consumer and investment banking, wealth management, equity research, asset management, quantitative strategy and related fields. These professionals also use their skills to bolster their communities and mentor younger generations. In order to be considered for this award, a nominee must: be a Michigan resident, serve in an executive-level role (four levels removed or fewer from the CEO), make a measurable impact in the industry and have the power to effect change, make significant contributions within their industry and/or community, and be involved in community or philanthropic activities, mentoring programs or diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
Crain’s New York Business’ Notable Asian Leaders
This list includes top Asian executives in New York City with 10 years of leadership experience for their accomplishments. Eligibility requirements are: nominee must be based within the 5 boroughs of Manhattan and Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties in New York, and Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris and Union counties in New Jersey, ethnic background, ancestry or origins of honoree should be of Asian descent—having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam, must be employed for a minimum of 10 years within their industry, have shown the ability or power to affect change in their role or area of practice, have assumed a leadership position in matters of diversity and inclusion (either inside or outside their company), has a focus on recent achievements (within the last 12 to 18 months), and can highlight involvement in any of the following: community and/or philanthropic activities, mentoring programs, diversity & inclusion initiatives.
Crain’s NY Notable Women on Wall Street Awards
A Nominee must be based within the 5 boroughs of Manhattan and Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties in New York, and Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris and Union counties in New Jersey. They must be a woman currently working in New York in the financial sector such as banks, investment firms, insurance companies, mutual funds, hedge funds, private equity funds and stock exchanges who have been working for a minimum of 5 years in the industry. As part of the selection process, honorees are asked to showcase career professional achievements: emphasis on the past 12 to 18 months. provide details as available (performance metrics, awards received and/or press), and highlight involvement in any of the following: community and/or philanthropic activities, mentoring programs, diversity & inclusion initiatives.
Crain’s NY's Diverse Leaders in Banking and Finance
Must be employed at a banking or financial institution (brokerage, asset manager, insurance, venture capital, etc.). Individuals nominated must self-identify as representing diversity in the workplace—including women, people with disabilities, African Americans, Latinos, Asians and other underrepresented groups. Must have at least 10 years of experience in financial services. Must serve as a role model or mentor to others in the profession or their community.
Crain's Cleveland Business' List of Notable Wealth Managers
The honorees do not pay to be included. Their profiles were drawn from the nomination materials submitted. This list is not comprehensive. It includes only individuals for whom nominations were submitted and accepted after a review by editors. To qualify for the list, nominees must be based in Northeast Ohio. They must be currently employed full time at a financial institution or company offering wealth management services and showcase professional achievements. They must have a minimum of three years’ experience and oversee at least $10 million in assets under advisement. They must be active in the community and/or philanthropic activities, mentoring programs and/or diversity and inclusion initiatives.
D CEO Magazine's Dallas 500
Dallas 500 is a special edition that profiles the most influential leaders in North Texas, across a wide spectrum of industries. It’s produced by the editors of D CEO, the award-winning business title of D Magazine Partners. Unprecedented in scope, the publication represents months of research, interviews, and conversations with extensive, high-level contacts in the regional business community. Dallas 500 goes far beyond corporate bios to reveal the personal side of the leaders who drive the North Texas economy and make it such a vibrant place to work and live.
Diversity Woman Magazine's Elite 100
The Diversity Woman ELITE 100 honorees hold executive and senior-level positions; oversee major global, national, and regional subsidiaries and divisions; and have achieved results—both by increasing or exceeding an organization's bottom line and in enhancing company culture. The industries represented include financial services, banking, media, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, automotive, food and beverage, telecommunications, health care, entertainment, nonprofits, and retail, among others. Nominations came from approximately 250 companies, industry experts, organizations, and peers. In addition, our team of writers and reporters researched the executive ranks of the companies themselves, partnered with women's senior-leadership groups, and researched other professional listings.
D-Mars' Top 50 Black Professions & Entrepreneurs of Texas
Honorees are selected on a nomination basis. Community leaders, executives, and past honorees will nominate those who they think should be recognized for their hard work and dedication to their industry or community. Our honorees do not have to physically reside in Texas as long as they work in Texas or have an office/business location(s) in Texas.
EBONY's Power 100 List
EBONY Power 100 List recognizes individuals who have had a positive impact on the African-American community.
Euromoney Private Banking Awards
Euromoney is the leading publication covering the world's banking and financial markets. 2021 marks the 18th year of its Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey–the industry’s leading barometer of the world’s best service and product providers to the world’s wealthy. This annual survey is a qualitative review of the best services in private banking, by region and by area of service. This award is voted on by industry peers.
Global Finance's Best Private Bank in the World
Global Finance’s editorial board selects the Private Bank award winners with input from executives and industry insiders. The editors also use information from entries submitted by banks, in addition to independent research, to evaluate a series of objective and subjective factors. According to the publication, the winners are not always the biggest institutions, but rather "the best—those with qualities that individuals rate highly when choosing a provider."
Gulfshore Business' 40 Under 40
The 40 Under 40 list is curated by a panel of judges who select individuals based on their professional success and commitment to the community.
Houston Business Journal’s Women in Business
The 2022 Women in Business awards will recognize women who have forged their own path and developed their own leadership principles. Nominees are evaluated on the following categories: Leadership, Recent Accomplishments, Innovation/ Entrepreneurship, Giving back to the community, and Influence on Industry and/or Company. The nominee must be based within the Houston metropolitan area, which includes the following counties: Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto and Waller.
Joe Terry Leadership Excellence Award
This distinguished award is given annually and recognizes a JPMorgan Chase & Co. employee who has personally and professionally invested their time and effort in building a legacy of leadership talent in their team/organization, while simultaneously delivering strong performance results. Additionally, this prestigious recognition honors an employee who has demonstrated excellence in leadership through selflessness and service to others. The recipient of this award will demonstrate the qualities embodied by Joe Terry: Exemplify servant leadership and work toward promoting positive change in their community, lead their team/organization with a visionary perspective by mentoring and preparing future leaders, lead with integrity and always do what is right for the company and for the customer, foster an inclusive work environment, treat people with respect and create opportunities for others to grow and develop in the company, drive toward superior performance, building teamwork within and across business lines, and conduct first-class business in a first-class way.
Las Vegas Sun's 40 Under 40
Vegas Inc's 40 Under 40 awards showcase young professionals leading their industries and making an impact in Southern Nevada. Nominees can't turn 40 before Jan. 1, 2022 and must live and work in Clark County to be eligible.
Legacy Magazine's Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Industry
Legacy Magazine's "Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Industry" list recognizes women that are accomplishing great things professionally and civically. The person nominated must be of Black/African American descent and reside in Miami-Dade, Broward or Palm Beach Counties. The nominee can only be recognized once in his or her lifetime.
Long Island Business News' 40 Under 40
Since 1998, Long Island Business News has taken nominations for outstanding members of the business community on Long Island who are 40 or under. These future leaders of Long Island have already begun to distinguish themselves in business, government, education and the not-for-profit sector. They have a proven track record of career success, are involved in mentoring and promoting their profession and find time to give back to their communities.
Long Island Business News’ 30 Under 30
The 30 Under 30 awards honor the bright and dynamic young professionals who are under the age of 30, who contribute to the Long Island community through public service and who have made significant strides in business.
Long Island Business News’ Most Powerful People in Banking and Finance
The list includes individuals who have spent the past 20 months helping members of the Long Island community navigate increasingly uncertain financial circumstances. The people on this list have helped Long Island’s banking and finance industry reimagine itself to serve customers virtually, keep businesses open and keep families in their homes. They have kept their clients apprised of new rules and regulations, financing options, investment opportunities and more.
Morehouse College's Bennie Leadership and Service Award
Nominees for this award are sourced through nominations made by past honorees, faculty, senior staff and trustees of Morehouse College. Nominators provide a statement of support indicating why they feel the nominee is worthy of receiving the Bennie Award. Additional support documents (newspaper or magazine articles or other pertinent support materials) are encouraged. Once the candidates are vetted by a committee, names are presented to the Morehouse College President and honorees are finalized.
Naples Illustrated’s The Naples 100
The Naples 100 features the foremost business, philanthropic, community, and innovative leaders in Collier County. To compile the list, the PBMG editorial staff consults community leaders and experts across different sectors. The team looks at CEOs, executive directors, managers, top producers, and company founders, and considers their track record in actively engaging with local nonprofits, spearheading community programs, and creating opportunities for their employees. The Naples 100 celebrates the talented, giving, creative, and passionate residents who have chosen to live - and shape the way we live - in the greater Naples community.
New Orleans CityBiz's Money Makers
Honorees will be selected based on industry and community involvement and achievement through their energy and innovative ideas. Their work should provide a model of professionalism to their peers and go above and beyond the call of duty. Submitting multiple nominations for one nominee is not necessary, as the selection committee will not decide based on show of support but rather on quality and thoroughness of supporting information.
New York Moves' Power Woman 2022
A Moves Power Woman is dedicated to making a difference. Strong, savvy, and successful individuals who lead by example. With vision, dedication, and energy; they are role models for future generations of young women. Nominees are selected for their abilities, influence, and success, but not always in areas renowned for material reward.
Orange County Business Journal's OC500 List
This list honors the most influential individuals from throughout Orange County. Honorees range from top executives at the largest publicly traded or privately held companies to up-and-comers, as well as a diverse group of governmental, philanthropic, religious and other civic representatives who contribute to the community of business.
Outstanding LGBT+ Executives Role Model List
The Outstanding LGBT+ Role Model Lists showcase LGBT+ business leaders and allies who are breaking down barriers and creating more inclusive workplaces across the world. Those selected for this list aim to represent the wide range of impactful and innovative work being done for inclusion across different countries, organizations and sectors, and celebrate the diverse range of inspiring individuals who have made it their personal mission to make a difference. The list is determined by a panel of judges.
Palm Beach Illustrated's Palm Beach 100
Each year, The Palm Beach 100 recognizes the most influential residents of Palm Beach County. From icons to up-and-comers, we want to feature locals who shape how we live, work, play, and give back.
Philadelphia Business Journal’s Diversity Leaders in Business
The program recognizes the Philadelphia region's top diverse business leaders based on demonstrated business success over the past 12 to 18 months. Nominations will be judged based on professional accomplishments, community leadership, philanthropy, as well as awards and milestones. Eligibility requirements are: nominees must be a majority American Indian, Native of Alaska, Hawaii or Pacific Islands, Asian, African American, Hispanic or Latino, or Middle Eastern, nominee hasn’t been honored for this program in the past three years, and nominees must be headquartered in Greater Philadelphia, which incudes Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties (Pennsylvania), Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer and Salem counties (New Jersey), and Kent and New Castle counties (Delaware).
Rochester Business Journal's Power 30 Banking & Finance list
The list includes individuals who have spent the past 20 months helping members of the Rochester community navigate increasingly uncertain financial circumstances. The people on this list have helped Rochester’s banking and finance industry reimagine itself to serve customers virtually, keep businesses open and keep families in their homes. They have kept their clients apprised of new rules and regulations, financing options, investment opportunities and more.
San Diego Business Journal Latino Leaders of Influence Top 50
SDBJ is honoring the Top 50 Latino Leaders of Influence in San Diego. We are proud to support Latino leaders by acknowledging their contributions and commitment in our business community. To qualify, nominees need to be in their industry for a minimum of 3 years. Peer and self-nominations accepted.
San Diego Business Journal's SD 500
In addition to those the team has already selected, we are asking the business community to assist in this process. We are accepting nominations of C-Suite executives, and other key regional organization leaders who have demonstrated strong leadership skills, re-invented their companies during these unprecedented times, embrace diversity, inclusion and equity and are significantly involved in the community.
San Francisco Business Times' Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business
To qualify for this honor, women must be based in our coverage area, which includes the counties of San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin, Alameda, and Contra Costa. Previous honorees will only be eligible if they have changed companies or received a promotion.
South Florida Business Journal’s 40 Under 40
Young professionals are a vital asset to our region and it is important to recognize and acknowledge those who have made their mark in the business world while shaping our community's future. The 40 Under 40 Awards is focused on leadership as well as on community involvement. Eligibility requirements are as follows: 40 Under 40 Alumni are not eligible for this award. Candidates must be 39 years or younger as of July 31, 2022 and be based our of Broward, Miami-Dade or Palm Beach counties. If you are selected as a 40 Under 40 Honoree, you are expected to participate in a photo shoot and also attend the awards program.
South Florida Business Journal’s Diversity & Inclusion - Diverse Voices
South Florida Business Journal (SFBJ) will recognize diverse individuals who exemplify excellence in business, and work to improve their communities and the broader economy. Eligibility requirements are as follows: The SFBJ will recognize diverse – Black, Brown, Hispanic, Asian-American and LGBTQ – executives whose business acumen has contributed to their companies’ success. Diverse Voices honorees will be selected based on their professional accomplishments, community leadership and philanthropy, career milestones and past noteworthy recognitions. Nominated individuals must be located in the South Florida region, which is defined as: Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Sports Business Journal's 40 Under 40
The Forty Under 40 Awards is an annual celebration of the best young talent in sports business. Honorees include league commissioners and officers; team presidents and senior executives; top media executives; brand-side marketers and the heads of the industry’s top agencies.
St. Louis Business Journal's 40 Under 40
To be admitted to the St. Louis Business Journal’s exclusive 40 Under 40 class, a candidate must be under 40 years of age as of Nov. 4, 2021, and be a mover and shaker both in business and in the community. Please describe the nominee's career accomplishments, as well as his/her involvement in the community.
Tampa Bay Business Journal 40 Under 40
The evaluation criteria for this award is as follows: business success (financial results, career growth), community involvement (volunteer work, advocacy), leadership ability (public profile, reputation), influence (impact on the region, on public policy, or on quality of life). To be eligible for this award, nominees must be under 40 years old on October 31, 2022 and must be residents of Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, or Sarasota Counties.
Twin Cities Business Magazine's Top Women in Banking in Finance
The individuals featured did not pay to be included. Their profiles were drawn from nomination materials. This list is not comprehensive; it includes only people who were nominated and accepted after editorial review. To qualify for this list, individuals must have at least five years of experience in their field and have shown the ability to effect change in their roles or areas of practice. Nominees must self-identify as a woman. Nominees must be currently employed in wealth management in Minnesota. Nominees must have at least five years of experience in their current field. Nominees must demonstrate leadership in specific initiatives or programs at their company or institution which have created significant, positive, and measurable results. We will accept up to three submissions per company or institution. Honoree profiles in the published feature will be based on information supplied in the nomination form. The content is subject to editing by TCB staff to meet style and editorial standards. An individual may only be honored in one Notable category per year.
Vegas Inc's 40 Under 40
This list is a celebration of outstanding business and community leaders in Southern Nevada. Individuals represent innovators, entrepreneurs and philanthropists who are not only doing big things now, but also demonstrate extraordinary potential for the future. Submissions will be selected based on the nominee’s community service, entrepreneurial spirit and impact in their respective industry. To qualify, a nominee must be under the age of 40 and must live and work in Clark County.
Washingtonian's Washington, DC’s Best Financial Advisers
This list of financial advisers includes three different categories: the area’s top financial advisers, marked with a “Top Financial Advisor” badge, “top producers” at local banks and brokerages, and sponsors. The process to determine each set of names differed. To arrive at the names of the area’s 375 top financial advisers—the fee-only financial planners, fee-based advisers, estate attorneys, tax accountants, and insurance advisers marked with a “Top Financial Advisor” tag—we distributed surveys to hundreds of people who work in the local financial industry. We asked them whom they would trust with their own money. We also did our own research, consulting industry experts and publications. The “Top Financial Advisor” names on this list are the people who received the strongest recommendations. Most of the 375 “Top Financial Advisors” are at smaller, independent firms. The surveying process does not turn up as many names at large banks and brokerages. One reason is that banks and brokerages sometimes keep more work in-house—and if a financial adviser isn’t referring clients to outside professionals, that adviser might not have a network that earns peer votes. Some clients prefer working with smaller wealth-management firms, while others may want their money handled by a big institution such as a Wells Fargo or Morgan Stanley. So, to offer names of the area’s top bank wealth advisers, we asked banks and brokerages to tell us the individuals with the most assets under management, or AUM. The bank wealth advisers on this list—marked by a “top producer” badge—were provided by each institution. While having the most assets under management doesn’t necessarily mean an adviser is right for you, it probably does mean the person is doing something right.
Washingtonian's Wealth Advisers Hall of Fame
This list consists of individuals who have been named one of Washingtonian’s Top Wealth Advisers multiple times and have earned a place among a most elite group of peers celebrated as “the best of the best” in the publication. The Hall of Fame Top Wealth Advisors list is composed simply of financial advisers who have been on the list in the past, for numerous years.
Yahoo! Finance Empower Role Models
Diversity and inclusion membership organization INvolve, with support from Yahoo Finance, sought out to highlight those in the business industry who have continued the good work. The 2022 EMpower Ethnic Minority Executives ranking celebrates 100 people of color who are leading by example and removing barriers on the pathway to success for ethnic minority employees. The 20 highest achieving executives have been ranked while the remaining 80 are celebrated in no particular order, reflecting the achievements of each individual. All of the ethnic minority leaders were nominated by peers and colleagues. Nominations were reviewed by EMpower’s judging panel, including former head of Yahoo Finance UK and now director of creative content development for Yahoo, Lianna Brinded. Each person on the list was scored on the influence of their role, their impact on ethnic minority inclusion inside and outside the workplace, and their business achievements.
Awards or rankings are not indicative of future success or results. Neither J.P. Morgan Private Bank or its bankers paid a fee in exchange for ratings. Published information is generally based exclusively on material prepared and/or submitted by the recognized recipient.