*(Los Angeles) Reverend Omarosa Onee Manigault, renowned TV personality, activist and educator will host the 2015 African American Vanguard Awards on Thursday, October 15 with co-host Starlett Quarles host of the Dialogue and President of Urban X Marketing.
This event was founded in 2012 by Robert D. Bush of Lord, Bush & Randolph, LLC. (LBR) to celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of African American leaders who have made a positive impact on the City of Los Angeles and surrounding communities.
LBR partnered with the National Action Network-Los Angeles Chapter (NAN-LA), founded by Rev. Al Sharpton, once again to honor the achievments of LA’s 100 most prominent and influential African Americans in areas of community activism, education,
entertainment and politics including Congressmember Karen Bass, Bishop Charles E. Blake, Compton Mayor Aja Brown and Macy’s Carol Jackson to name a few. In addtion, distinguished honorees who in attendance areDan Charlier (Executive Vice Chairman,
World Financial Group), State Senator, Dr. Isadore Hall, III (64th District), Dr. Lewis Logan, II (Co-Founder-Ruach Christian Community Fellowship, Areva Martin, Esq. (Founder & Managing Partner-Martin & Martin, LLP and President-Special Needs Network), Kevin McDowell (EVP & Chief Administrative Officer-AEG) and Dr. George McKenna (Los Angeles Unified School District-Retired).
This event is sponsored by SEIU, Macy’s, Time Warner Cable and Toyota and will be held on Thursday, October 15 at the landmark California African American Museum in Exposition Park located at 600 State Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037 from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. This is event is free and open to the public.
Seating is limited so please RSVP for the 2015 African American Vanguard Awards via http://www.eventbrite.com/e/2015-african-american-vanguard-awards-tickets-18620295806
“The National Action network of Los Angeles pleased to partner with event founder, Robert Bush of LBR on this event again this year we pay tribute to the most powerful and influential leaders in Los Angeles.”, said Rev. K. W. Tulloss, Western Regional Dir. & NAN-LA President.
Honorees will be featured in the 2015 Most Influential African Americans Los Angeles Edition commemorative magazine which will be published in December.