NCW Insurance nominated for a Golden Nail Award
NCW Insurance, a division of Heritage-RM, has been nominated for a 2017 Golden Nail Award. The Golden Nail Awards are sponsored by the Amarillo Convention and Visitor Council Arts Committee. The Gala is held annually in April to honor local and area businesses, foundations, and individuals who provide financial or in-kind support and/or volunteer in the fine arts. “Supporting the arts and our community is part of our heritage and the NCW culture”, says Kimberly Dryden, Partner, Chief Growth Officer, and Risk Advisor. “We are incredibly honored to be nominated and acknowledged for our efforts.” NCW team members, Kimberly Dryden, as well as Elizabeth Carter, Stewardship Director, have also been nominated for Golden Nail Awards.
“The gala is important because it recognizes all the arts patrons in the Panhandle at one time,” said Becky Zenor, director of quality of life, council and arts at the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce. “The arts enhance the quality of life and they also assist with economic development, when people or a new business thinks of relocating here.
Kimberly Dryden is a Dalhart native and serves as the Education Committee Chair for the Amarillo Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors. She is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Amarillo, and has served in the past with the Amarillo Museum of Art, the American Cancer Society, and the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy.
Elizabeth Carter is currently active with the Junior League of Amarillo, is a mentor at The Presbyterian Home for Children, volunteers at Heal the City on Monday evenings and is assisting with their upcoming Capital Campaign. She served as a 2016 Co-Chair for the Amarillo Museum of Art’s Christmas Roundup fundraiser and has volunteered with the Amarillo Symphony and Komen Race for the Cure. “I try to consistently carry out the values and promises that NCW has demonstrated since 1926; community support and involvement has always been of high importance on that list.”
Posted on March 29, 2017
by Elizabeth Carter