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Clinic Announces Winners of 2012 Pillar Awards

Wednesday, July 18, 2012
For five members of the clinical staff, attending today’s all-staff meeting turned out to be an especially wise decision.
There they learned that they’d been selected as recipients of the 2012 winners of the Pillar Awards, The Menninger Clinic’s highest honor for faculty and staff. They are:
“We’re tremendously lucky to have such outstanding employees,” said Ian Aitken, president and chief executive officer, The Menninger Clinic. “They clearly demonstrate our core values every day and serve as role models for all of us.”
The Pillar Awards are designed to recognize and celebrate those faculty and staff members who best exemplify Menninger’s core values: excellence, teamwork, hope, integrity and caring. There were 25 nominees for the five awards, and each was nominated by a colleague.
Nominations were reviewed by five members of the boards of directors of The Menninger Clinic and The Menninger Clinic Foundation, with each board member evaluating the nomination according to a 1-4 scale for each of the five values.
This was the third annual Pillar Awards ceremony.