Interdisciplinary Award

The Interdisciplinary Award was established in 1999 and recognizes individuals or organizations for outstanding achievement in the advancement of interdisciplinary services to multi-generational family-owned enterprises.

Criteria

Nominees can be individuals or organizations engaged in providing and/or advocating an interdisciplinary approach to the delivery of professional services to family-owned enterprises.

Supporting material can include the following:

  • Examples of success through detailed accounts of their work (with clients anonymized when appropriate).
  • Examples of teaching, writing, or involvement with other professionals in promoting interdisciplinary practice.
  • Other evidence of an interdisciplinary approach to professional services.

Application Guidelines

  • Nominees do not have to be members of FFI.
  • Nominees may not nominate themselves or their organization.
  • The application must be submitted electronically. Click here to complete the nomination form.

Please note that nominees will remain on the committee’s active list for two years following the year of nomination.

Submit

Submission Deadline: The deadline for submissions for awards is May 1 of the award year.

Award Notification: Nominees will be notified of the decision in writing by June 15 of the submission year. Winners are expected to be present at the FFI annual conference.

SUBMIT

Award Recipients

2022

Jack Wofford

2021

Christian Stewart

2020

Andrew Hier

2019

Patricia Angus

2018

Andrew Keyt

2017

Christine Blondel

2016

Greg McCann

2015

Austin Family Business Program at Oregon State University

2014

Denise Kenyon-Rouvinez

2013

Ellen Frankenberg

2012

Glenn Ayres

2011

J. Joseph Paul

2010

Larry Hause

2009

Pitcairn

2008

Bonnie Brown Hartley

2007

Florence Kaslow

2006

University of Tampa Entrepreneur and Family Business Center

2005

Frank Schneider

2004

Dean R. Fowler

2003

Henry Krasnow

2002

Judith Trepeck

2001

Kenneth McCracken

2000

Cambridge Center for Creative Enterprise

1999

University of St.Thomas–Center for Family Enterprise