African-American Leadership Awards

Each year, the African-American Leadership Awards recognize the accomplishments and achievements of African Americans in our community who have made significant contributions to the City of Omaha in the following categories: Business, Community, Education, Faith, Government, Health, Young Professional (ages 21 to 39) and Youth (ages 16 to 18). The awards are presented by the Urban League of Nebraska Guild. | Learn more about the ULN Guild.

Visit the African-American Leadership Hall of Fame to view past recipients.


African-American Leadership Awards Gala

30th Annual African-American Leadership Awards Gala

May 31st, 2019

6 p.m. Reception

7 p.m. Dinner & Awards Ceremony

The 2019 AALA Honorees (TBD)

The Urban League of Nebraska Guild is proud to announce the honorees for the 2019 African-American Leadership Awards:

The 2018 AALA Honorees

Business

Chandra Henley, Union Pacific Railroad

Community

Arvin Frazier, College Possible

Education

Dr. Sandra Hodges, Omaha Public Schools (Ret.)

Faith

Rev. Jon Lucas, New Rising Star Church

Government

Captain Wayne Hudson, Douglas County Sheriff’s Department

Health

Kenny McMorris, Charles Drew Health Center

Young Professional

Aja Anderson, Charles Drew Health Center

Youth

Rianna Gunter, Omaha North High Magnet School

Someone Special

Lonnie McIntosh

Visit the African-American Leadership Hall of Fame to view past recipients.

Join the Celebration

The Urban League of Nebraska Guild organizes the African-American Leadership Awards with the generous support of community members, businesses and organizations. Your support allows us the opportunity to recognize today’s African-American leaders and inspire the leaders of tomorrow. You can support AALA the following ways:

  • Become a Patron.
  • Make a donation.
  • Purchase tickets or a table.

Questions?

For more information about AALA, please contact the Urban League of Nebraska Guild.

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