Kimberly Green Honored at the 2009 American Red Cross Spectrum Awards
Kimberly Green, president of the Green Family Foundation, with her mother, Dorothea Green, at the 2009 American Red Cross of Greater Miami & The Keys 16th Annual Sara Hopkins Woodruff Spectrum Awards
Kimberly Green, president of the Green Family Foundation, was honored at the 2009 American Red Cross of Greater Miami & The Keys 16th Annual Sara Hopkins Woodruff Spectrum Awards as the recipient of the "American Red Cross Spectrum Ambassador Award." The award is given to someone whose help to others extends beyond the community and who represents Miami positively in other places.
The American Red Cross of Greater Miami & The Keys honored 11 outstanding women during the 16th Annual Sara Hopkins Woodruff Spectrum Awards Women Luncheon at the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove.
The Spectrum Awards For Women annually recognizes women whose efforts have made significant contributions to the quality of life in South Florida. These leadership awards acknowledge the humanitarian principles of the American Red Cross: Humanity, Impartiality, Independence, Unity, Neutrality, and Voluntary Service. “Spectrum” refers to women's impact across the broad scope of community life and also reflects the spectrum of cultures represented in our community.
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