Each year Laureates are selected using the following criteria:
Vision – Laureates have demonstrated an ability to see what is possible, align organizations to their vision, and achieve new levels of success. They can see where the world is moving and realize the related opportunities.
Leadership – Laureates are recognized and respected by their peers for their demonstrated ability to lead organizations and their communities to achieve positive outcomes and inspire, mentor and develop those around them. They have demonstrated a commitment to support and advance others regardless of gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation.
Integrity – Laureates are known for acting with strong ethical values in all aspects of their lives and business operations. They are trusted in the community at their word, and do the right thing. They have enhanced the reputation and respect of British Columbian and Canadian business.
Legacy – Laureates have positively impacted the lives of British Columbians through job-creation, mentorship, volunteerism and/or philanthropy. They are role models for future generations.
- Must be 18 years old
- Cannot be a member of a BLBC committee
- Cannot be a member of the voting jury in the same year
- Cannot be a current JA employee or employed by JA in the past 12 months
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
The BLBC Hall of Fame seeks diverse candidates who represent British Columbia, contribute to the greater good in tangible ways, and whose stories and achievements inspire the next generation.
It is JABC’s mission to ensure the Hall of Fame is representative of all British Columbians, and we continue to actively take steps towards this goal. To learn more about equity, diversity and inclusion at JABC, please visit jabc.ca/edi.