AHRC Announces its 2022 Community Spot-Light Gala Award
The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) is pleased to announce that Ms. Faye Awada, Director of United International Services in Dearborn will be the recipient of the AHRC’s “Community Spotlight” recognition for this year. AHRC is proud to present Ms. Awada with “Tribute of Distinguished Community Service” for her decades in community service.
Ms. Awada has been the director of United International Services (UIS) since 1985. UIS services include handling immigration forms, referrals to community and social services, guidance, counseling, and translations. She is a role model for the independent and successful woman who works hard to make a difference.
The Tribute will be presented at the AHRC “Spirit of Humanity” Awards & Dinner Gala that will be held on Friday, October 21, 2022, at the Fairlane Banquet located at 700 Town Center Drive in Dearborn.
Earlier, AHRC announced its 2022 “Spirit of Humanity” awardees. AHRC is proud to recognize all these outstanding public servants, humanitarians, organizations, individuals, and leaders serving humanity. AHRC takes pride of the outstanding contributions that all have made. These awardees are:
Trailblazer in Education Award
Proudly presented to Mr. Ahmed Saber, Founder & CEO, Education Management & Networks, Inc. “EMAN”
Trailblazer in Serving Humanity Award
Proudly presented to Ms. SHARIFAH SHAKIRAH Founder & Director of Rohingya Women Development Network (RWDN)
Champion of Justice Award
Proudly presented to “We The People of Detroit” ( https://www.wethepeopleofdetroit.com/ ) and The People’s Water Board Coalition (( https://www.peopleswaterboard.org)
AHRC congratulates all its 2022 ‘Spirit of Humanity” awardees and the Community’s Spotlight awardee and looks forward to a great program prepared for the evening of October 21, 2022.