The Anne Dow Award for Excellence and Creativity 

Nominations due Wednesday, April 4, 2018

The Anne Dow Award for Excellence and Creativity is given annually to a professional who has made outstanding efforts that reflect enthusiasm and creative, energetic, independent thinking. This professional displays the ability to take risks, solve problems, support colleagues, and model ethical behavior. Specific criteria vary from year to year, to reflect the many facets of Anne's career and interests. The 2018 award will be granted for leadership in empowering English Learner student and/or parent voices in education policy and decision-making. The award includes a $1,000 honorarium.

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Anne Rindlaub Dow

Anne Rindlaub Dow died in October 2003 at 65, after a two-year battle with multiple myeloma.  Anne was best known as the director of ESL programs at Harvard for over 20 years. She made a difference in the lives of many who knew her in the Boston area and throughout the world. Her death is a great loss for our community.