Joe Kraft Humanitarian Award Luncheon
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The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee could not be more honored to present the 26th annual Joe Kraft Humanitarian Award to seven trailblazing women who have been influential leaders in diverse fields:
- Clare Armistead, Style Icon, Fundraiser;
- Janet Ayers, Philanthropist, Arts Patron;
- The late Coleen Conway-Welch, VU School of Nursing Dean;
- Inez Crutchfield, TSU Educator, Civil Rights Activist;
- Annette Eskind, Education Reformer, Philanthropist;
- Carrie Gentry, TSU Educator, Civil Rights Activist;
- Rosetta Miller-Perry, The Tennessee Tribune Founder, Civil Rights Activist
About Joe Kraft and The Joe Kraft Humanitarian Award Fund
Established in 1993, the Joe Kraft Humanitarian Award recognizes community leaders who embody the strength of character and unwavering integrity of the late Joe Kraft. Past honorees include Amy Grant and Vince Gill, John Seigenthaler, Francis S. Guess, Clayton McWhorter, Aubrey Harwell, Jayme and McDonald Williams, Monroe J. Carell Jr., Pauline Gore, Martha Ingram, Karl Dean, Jim Haslam II, Steve and Cal Turner Jr., Phil Bredesen and Andrea Conte, Chet Atkins and Owen Bradley, Jack B. Turner, and Jerry B. Williams, among others.
Location: This event will be held in the Davidson room.
$800/Table of 10
Contact: (615) 321-4939
201 Fifth Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203(Neighborhood: Downtown)
The Music City Center is an ADA compliant facility. MCC welcomes guests with disabilities and their assistive animals. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the Music City CenterView more
The Music City Center is an ADA compliant facility. MCC welcomes guests with disabilities and their assistive animals. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the Music City Center ADA Coordinator at (615) 401-1400.View less