Community Pride honors seven Phenomenal Women in Harlem

By Isseu Diouf Campbell

 

Community pride, a program of Harlem Children’s Zone working with adults and families to build a healthy Harlem, hosted a brunch celebrating women on May 3, 2014 at the HCZ Academy in Harlem.

The event started with a community fair followed by a fashion show and an award ceremony.

HCZ current COO, Anne Williams-Isom, who will be succeeding Geoffrey Canada as CEO of the organization in July, was among the seven women who received a Phenomenal Woman award.

The other honorees were:

Jackie Rowe Adams, Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E
Pamela Hamilton, Workforce 1
Kioka Jones & Keisha Orr, Promise Academy Parent as Partner
Stephanie McGraw, We All Really Matter (W.A.R.M)
Iesha Sekou, Street Corner Resources
Abena Smith, 32nd Precinct Council
Spring Pinnock, Worldwide Marketing