Pastor Marie Berlin/Religion; Ronae Cambridge/Sojourner Truth Award; Cerolyn Davis/Community Service; Lieutenant Sherea Green/Achiever and Hyacinth Henderson/Professional Achiever.
Ronald Mattingy/Scholarship Recipient and Deborah Williams-Mobel/Education; Rev. Yvonne Strachan/Mistress of Ceremonies and Terry Wright/Man of Distinction.
The Broward County Business and Professional Women’s Network recently celebrated its 12th Annual Founder’s Day Scholarship Luncheon on May 22, 2016 with over 250 community supporters and guests at the Signature Grand in Davie, Fla.
The BCBPWN’s Annual Founder’s Day Luncheon has a rich tradition of recognizing the contributions made by individuals in the community in the fields of education, religion, business, leadership, medicine, political action, law enforcement, music and entertainment.
The luncheon also serves to generate funding for the club’s scholarship fund, which aids local youth in the educational pursuits. This year’s luncheon, hosted by Rev. Yvonne Strachan as the Mistress of Ceremonies, awarded scholar-ship Recipient Ronald Mattingly who will continue his studies at Gallaudet University. The 2016 luncheon also awarded Pastor Ronae Cambridge with its highest honor, The Sojourner Truth Award, for a woman in leadership who has made outstanding contributions to her community.
This year’s event also proudly honored the achievements of the following: Deborah Williams-Mobley, education; Terry Wright, Man of Distinction; Cherolyn L. Davis, community service; Pastor Marie Berlin, religion; Hyacinth Henderson, professional achiever and Lieutenant Sherea Green, achiever.
For more information contact Sylvia Ferguson (786) 320-2136, president or Ann McPhee Moorman (954) 494-4547, founder.