Next OnBoard Annual Awards – 2019 Recipient
Next OnBoard Outstanding Member of the Year
Katie Hull was selected as the 2019 Next OnBoard Outstanding Member of the Year for her many contributions as the Governance Chair Elect. During this time, Katie helped organize numerous successful events ranging from a joint panel luncheon on impostor syndrome to a leadership roundtable event. She helped lead the Membership, Marketing, and Events Committees, and initiated and supported their strategies to grow Next OnBoard, and support, engage, and inform our members. Throughout Katie’s tenure with Next OnBoard, she has consistently exhibited her leadership and passion for the organization.
Katie Hull currently serves as the Governance Chair of Next OnBoard, where she looks forward to supporting the growth of the pipeline of board-ready women in Georgia. Katie is currently a Senior Manager of eCommerce strategy at UPS. Before this role, supported the Chief of Staff office in executive communications and initiatives, and prior to that, Katie worked in International Marketing at UPS, where she managed global expansion initiatives and supported the development of the new digital experience for small customers abroad. Before joining UPS, Katie worked in marketing and sales for technology startups in New York and Shanghai. She received her M.B.A. from Emory University and her B.A. from New York University.
Outstanding Member of the Year Award Description
This award recognizes an honorable member of Next OnBoard who exemplifies what it means to be a “Nexter”. The recipient is an early career professional who serves as an outstanding role model for advancing OnBoard’s mission to increase the number of women in executive leadership and on corporate boards in both public and private for-profit corporations.
2018 – Anna Biegen
2017 – Erin Elliott
2016 – Christina Schenck
2015 – Carrie Gorman
2014 – Erica Svobada
Making Connections Award Description
Making connections is all about recognizing the Nexter who recruits the most Next OnBoard members to engage young professionals early in their careers as they learn about board governance, connect with senior professionals and build a network of accomplished peers.
2017 – Christina Schenck
2016 – Yami Joshi and Erica Svoboda
2015 – Yami Joshi and Erica Svoboda
2014 – Carrie Gorman