2022 Aging in Texas

Conference Awards

The Aging in Texas Conference (AiTC) Awards recognize and honor individuals, organizations, and agencies who have demonstrated outstanding contributions to the field of aging. Don’t miss this perfect opportunity to recognize those you know and work with in the field of aging whose service and efforts have gone above and beyond!


How to Nominate
Complete the corresponding nomination form found below by 11:59 pm CDT Friday, July 8, 2022.  Please double-check that you are filling out the correct nomination form. 
  • Leadership in Aging Award
    • This award honors an individual for outstanding leadership in the field of aging within the State of Texas. The award seeks to recognize those who offer innovative ideas and create conditions for progress in-network service delivery. Candidates must be widely recognized as leaders by their peers and demonstrate a commitment to the state’s aging community. 
  • Innovative Programs Building Partnerships
    • This award honors an organization or agency for the development and implementation of programs within the State of Texas, that are innovative and beneficial to the aging community. In addition, the award seeks to promote creative and valuable new programs throughout the field of aging, which proves to be the result of successful partnerships. 

 

2021 Aging in Texas Conference Award Recipients

Leadership in Aging Award

  • Yvette Lugo, AAA Director

Innovative Programs Building Partnerships Award

  • Alamo Area Council of Governments Area Agency on Aging – Gift Cards Program

2019 Aging in Texas Conference Award Recipients

Leadership in Aging Award

  • Rhonda Pogue, Nortex AAA Director

Innovative Programs Building Partnerships Award

  • Electronic Health Information for Lifelong Learners(eHiLL)  

2018 Aging in Texas Conference Award Recipients

Leadership in Aging Award

  • Bettye Mitchell, East Texas AAA Director                                                   

Innovative Programs Building Partnerships Award                                                 

  • The Senior Source- The Elder Financial Safety Center