The 2013 F.A.C.E. List Awards To Honor Pan-African Achievements In NewYork City This June

Thursday, June 06, 2013 Missie Popular 0 Comments

New York, NY- May 20, 2013- Face2faceAfrica is devoted to burnishing the image of Africa within the Diaspora. The Forbes Featured multi-media company established the F.A.C.E. List Awards in 2011 as a platform for the acknowledgement and celebration of pan-African Achievements. The annual awards spotlights and honors distinguished individuals of pan-African descent who have made a significant and notable impact in their respective fields   
                              
This year’s distinguished six honorees include the Executive Director of the Economic Comission for Africa Dr. Carlos Lopes, Founder and CEO of the African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) Madam Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, Founder and Publisher of The network Journal Aziz Adetimirin, Fashion Designer Korto Momolu, Founder of the African Development Foundation George Ntim, and Actress Jackie Appiah.
“We are extremely proud of this year’s honorees. Their stories are truly inspiring and we are very happy that we get to play such an integral role in showcasing the journey and impact of those who are driving the pan-African community forward in all endeavors. The F.A.C.E. List is not just any ordinary award show. It is an opportunity for those who paved the path to share their stories and hopefully pass the baton to the next generation of change agents and trendsetters.” said CEO Isaac O. Babu-Boateng. 
This year’s show is full of activities, including an opportunity for the public to nominate a young person of African decent for the coveted Young African Committed to Excellence (Y.A.C.E.) Award. The winner will be presented with the award during the show.  To nominate someone, simply send name, age (must be under 30) and a brief bio to info@f2fafrica.com. The Y.A.C.E. Award is presented by Arik Airlines.
The 2013 F.A.C.E. List Awards, proudly sponsored by State FarmArik AirlinesETV and F2FA Magazine, will take place on June 15, 2013 at the exquisite Times Center in the New York Times Building, and will benefit Raising Hope foundation for their work with orphans in Africa. The star-studded black tie event will commence at promptly 7pm with a reception /red carpet, followed by the award ceremony from 8pm-10pm.

For more info,here is the event website: www.facelistawards.com

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Missie Popular

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