Awards & Recognition

Illinois ASBO Foundation awards celebrate extraordinary contributions to the school business profession. Awards are a career highlight for the recipient and demonstrate the impact an individual can have within the profession.

Every year at the Annual Conference, we take time to recognize those who make this profession strong. Nominate a colleague to join the legacy of Illinois ASBO award recipients!

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Gwendolyn Polk

Congratulations to the 2018 Monarch Award Recipient!

At the Annual Conference Opening General Session, Foundation awards are presented to school business professionals who have made a significant impact. This year's Monarch Award honors Gwendolyn Polk, Assoc. Supt./Business & Financial Services at Waukegan CUSD 60. Gwen brought 14 years as a military accountant to Waukegan to help the district make a complete turnaround in their financial condition.

READ GWEN's INSPIRING STORY

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Financing & Governance

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Foundation Donors

See a list of individuals and companies who have made a difference through a generous donation to the Foundation.

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Scholarships

See if you qualify for an opportunity to get funding for your education in school business management or to grow in your leadership skills.

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Legacy Project

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Terrie Simmons

So Many Who Have Made Major Contributions

There are so many people who have made major contributions to the profession and Illinois ASBO. I don’t see myself as very different from everyone else. I have just tried to give of myself and be the instrument through which other great minds improve Illinois ASBO and the school business management profession.”

– Terrie S. Simmons
2015 Distinguished Service Award Recipient