MNAAP Child Advocacy Award Nomination
Potential Nominees
 Governors
 State Legislators
 State Constitutional Officers (e.g. Attorney General, Secretary of State)
 State Agency Directors
 Other State Officials (e.g. Insurance Commissioner, State Auditor)
 Career Public Servants (e.g. employees of state or local government who, while they are not in high profile positions, have made a significant contribution to children's health and safety)
 Mayors and Other Executives of cities, counties, or other political subdivisions of state government
 Private Sector Individuals Advocating for the Health and Welfare of Children in Your State (e.g. advocates, parents, attorneys, business leaders, etc.)

(This award is not intended for United States Senators, Representatives, or other federal government officials; The AAP Excellence in Public Service Award recognizes these individuals for their accomplishments.)

For a list of past award recipients, visit

Criteria for Nominations
 The nominee's specific legislative, regulatory, advocacy, or programmatic accomplishments and commitment to child advocacy. The nominee may be recognized for a single significant achievement or a career of advocacy on behalf of children, but should be currently in office, or active in their advocacy work.
 The nominee's leadership qualities have been demonstrated through his/her promotion of children’s health and safety issues and/or development of related programs in the state government arena.
 Nominees should clearly exhibit a high degree of both personal and professional integrity.

Nomination Process
Nominations must be submitted by May 1st of each year. The MNAAP Public Policy Committee will review the nominations and recommend a recipient to the MNAAP Nomination and Executive Committee for final approval.

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