Now in its 51st year, the Scotswoman of the Year award has honoured some of the most courageous and inspirational women in our country.
Last year's winner Erin McNeil is a perfect example of the few who have the honour of the Scotswoman of the Year title bestowed upon them.
She suffered a personal tragedy having been badly burned in a fire, but then dedicated her life to fund-raising for firefighters charities and entering and winning beauty pageants and inspiring others in similar circumstances.
Over the decades our winners have come from across Scotland and have worked to help people from home and abroad.
Women like our first winner, Bessie Johnston, in 1963, who was a tireless worker for the Red Cross, and Captain Mary Campbell, in 1975, who left Scotland to work in a leper hospital in India with the Salvation army.
Others worked closer to home, like Dr Ann Gilmore, in 1992, who set up the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.
This year will be someone else's turn and we want to hear who you think should be considered for this well-earned title.