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Thursday, September 14, 2017
5:30pm Cocktail Reception | 6:30pm Dinner and Program
Windows on Washington | 1601 Washington Ave | St. Louis, MO 63103

 

Thank you to our 2017 Silver Lead Sponsors

 

 

 

Thank you to our 2017 Bronze Sponsors

 

 

As Cultural Leadership’s signature event, the Journey to Justice benefit dinner serves as both a fundraiser and a reunion celebration. Alumni, current students, parents, past and present board members, and new faces meet and share why they advocate for diversity, inclusion, and cultural understanding over dinner and entertainment. The evening begins with a cocktail reception and features our Distinguished Alumni awardees, along with a "Join the Journey" raffle and our live "Fund The Mission" auction.

 

Cultural Leadership Distinguished Alumni Award Presentation

Loren S. Cahill, Class 5

Maayan Simckes, Class 1

 

Celebrating and Honoring our 2017 Transformational Leadership Awardees

Each year, we recognize three awardees for their contributions to advancing diversity, inclusion, and social justice with our Transformational Leadership Awards: a CORPORATE partner, a COMMUNITY partner, and an EDUCATION partner. This year's awardees are...

 

 

Previous Awardees

Transformational Leadership Awardees

Distinguished Alumni Awardees

2016

  • Wells Fargo Advisors - (Corporate awardee)
  • Holocaust Museum and Learning Center - (Community awardee)
  •  Jennings School District - (Education awardee)

 

2015

  • Emerson - (Corporate awardee)
  • The Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis - (Community awardee)
  • College Bound St. Louis - (Education awardee)

 

2014

  • Ameren Corporation - (Corporate awardee)
  • Central Reform Congregation - (Community awardee)
  • St. Louis Public Schools District - (Education awardee)

 

2016

  • Matthew Kincaid, Class 2
  • Hannah Rosenthal, Class 5

 

To learn more about how you can partner with Cultural Leadership year round, please contact Holly Ingraham at hingraham@culturalleadership.org or at (314) 725-3222.
 

Thank you for helping us build the next generation of civil rights leaders!