African and Caribbean Presidential Leadership Awards Gala To Be Held at National Press Club
Spearheaded By Progress Humanity Founder Cassandra Campbell and partner Chad Bardon
Many world dignitaries set to attend
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The African and Caribbean Presidential Leadership Awards Gala is set to take place today at the world renowned National Press Club in Washington DC.
This evening’s black tie gala is the talk of DC and reads like a list of who’s who on the coveted guest list.
Starting with a press conference, followed by a VIP reception and then the 2022 Presidential Leadership award show will begin.
The evening is produced by Washington DC socialite and known philanthropist Cassandra Campbell under the umbrella of her charity Progress Humanity, she has worked tirelessly to put the gala together with her producing partner Chad Bardon (also a renowned film maker).
Said Campbell, “Chad and I are really thrilled to have brought this special event to life, we are beyond thrilled and grateful to the Press Club for presenting such a special event in their historic venue. We are also grateful to DarkPulse for their continued support.”
The exciting gala includes performances by Aaron Exie Triplett aka ExieJ (Saxophone), Ed Botts (keyboardist), Onyx Chibuikem Onunkwo (4-Year-Old Prodigy).
The VIP guest list consists of world dignitaries including Her Excellency Hilda Suka-Mafudze, African Union Ambassador to the United States of America, Minister Tobi Olowokande, Jesus House D.C., Ministers Matthew Boateng & Jonathan Laws, Miracle Arena for All Nations of Ontario, Canada, keyboardist, Jazmyn McKoy (Soloist),and Biney Traditional Dancers.
Attendees Include: Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (Texas), Rep. Yvette Clarke (New York), Tomekah Burl from Rep. Karen Bass office, Dennis O’Leary (DarkPulse CEO), His Royal Majesty Okatakyie Asafo Boakye III (King of Sanzule Kingdom, Ghana West Africa), Reverend Dr. Dike (CAFBLC President and Founder), Office of Washington D.C Mayor Muriel Bowser Office on African American Affairs as well as the office of Caribbean American Affairs, Jan DuPlain (DuPlain Enterprises), Shanelle Simmonds (Charge d’ affairs, Embassy of St. Kitts and Nevis), H.E. Dr. Erieka Bennett, H.E. Nardos Bekele Thomas.
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September 29, 2022 3:03pm ET by peakPRgroup