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Citations and Honors

1957
Fellow, The American University, Washington, D.C.
1961
Bradford College citation for Outstanding Achievement and Service
1962
D.C. Education Association
1963
National Federation of Music Clubs Recognition Award
1965
Washington Board of Trade
1968
Gold Baton Award, American Symphony Orchestra League
1970
National Music Council
1971
Medal of Honor for Music, National Arts Club, New York City
1971
Honorary Park Superintendent, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
1972
Honorary Life Membership, Stage Employees Union # 22 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and Motion Picture Operators of the U.S.A. and Canada. First woman to hold Gold Card.
1972
Honorary Lifetime Member, Joffrey Ballet
1972
Honorary Membership, American Women in Radio and Television
1972
Humanitarian Award, National Recreation and Park Association
1973
Conservation Service Award, U.S. Department of the Interior
1973
Sigma Alpha Iota Citation
1973
National Federation of Music Clubs’ Citation
1975
Recording Industry Association of America, Annual Award (First person outside Federal Government to receive award)
1975
Fairfax Citizen of the Year, Fairfax County Republican Committee
1975
Abraham Lincoln Award, American Hungarian Foundation—First woman Laureate
1975
Fairfax Board of Supervisors Citation
1975
The Bay State Award, The Massachusetts State Society of Washington, D.C.
1975
The Distinguished Service Medal of The Cosmopolitan Club of Washington, D.C.
1976
The Annual Mortar Board Award
1977
The George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award
1978
S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A. Award for support of Institute of Logopedics
1979
Luther H. Rice Award from George Washington University
1979
First Governor’s Award for the Arts in Virginia
1980
Thomas Jefferson Award for Public Service. Pubic Relations Society of America
1981
The National Brotherhood Citation of The National Conference of Christians and Jews
1981
Peer Eminent Laureate, Virginia Cultural Laureate Center
1982
Women of Achievement Award. Fairfax County, Virginia
1982
Women of Achievement Award. WETA-FM, Washington, D.C.
1983
Thomas Alva Edison High Fidelity Award
1983
Sigma Alpha Iota Certificate of Distinguished Service
1983
Honorary Member, Arts Club of Washington
1984
WJLA-TV Award for Outstanding Community Service
1984
Honoree, Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce 2nd Annual Turkey Roast
1985
Woman of the Year, YWCA of the National Capital Area
1985
Catherine Filene Shouse Endowment established by Fairfax County Council of the Arts to be presented annually to a student of the performing arts
1985
Greater Washington Board of Trade “Presidential Golden Links Award”
1986
Toastmasters International Communication Achievement Award
1986
American Spirit Award, U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service
1987
WGMS Bravo Award
1988
Certificate of Recognition from Commonwealth of Virginia in Recognition of Contributions to the Arts and Humanities
1988
Jane Cooke Runyon Award, Bradford College
1991
Founders Award, Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington
1991
Certificate of Recognition, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1991
Certificate of Recognition, Fairfax County (Virginia) Board of Supervisors
1992
Sarah Tucker Lifetime Achievement Award in Opera
1992
Women’s International Center Living Legacy Award
1992
Daughters of the American Revolution, Centennial Medal
1993
Honorary Citizen of Hungary
1993
Honorary Member of Alpha Delta Kappa, national education sorority
1994
American News Women’s Club’s Newsmaker/Newswriter of the Year
1994
National Medal of the Arts
1994
ISPAA Angel Award
2000
State of Virginia General Assembly Passes House Joint Resolution 470 Commemorating the Lifetime Achievements of Catherine Filene Shouse (Posthumous)