Newly formed Atlanta-based Non-profit Wins International Communicator Award

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Atlanta-based non-profit, The Society for the Advancement of Women has just won the Award of Distinction within The Communicator Awards for their logo within the print media category.

Atlanta-based non-profit, The Society for the Advancement of Women has just won the Award of Distinction within The Communicator Awards for their logo within the print media category.

“Allison Artnak from Buck Consultants is the genius behind the logo,” claims Society founder and Executive Director Nancy Jacobs. “She asked us a slew of questions about our members, our goals, and then gave us some really bizarre analogies for us to complete in order to understand us.”

Only one week later, Buck Consultants presented The Society with numerous logo options but one rose to the surface. “We are delighted that The Society for the Advancement of Women is pleased with our work,” responded Artnak.

The Communicator’s prestigious Award of Excellence is presented to those entrants whose ability to communicate elevates them among the best in their filed. Allison Artnak now joins an exclusive list of communication professionals who are recognized as the best within their industry.

The logo was created for the launch of the Society for the Advancement of Women who is committed to promoting societal change and progress for women. The Society’s mission is to improve women-based research, education and advocacy in the areas of women’s health, personal security, emotional connectivity and communication. Their kick-off conference & exhibition June 304, 2006 at the Cobb Galleria Centre is open to the public. Two day passes purchased before May 15, 2006 at $50, and $10 for students and teachers.

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