CPAC Honors Norcross, Pugh-Bassett, Others for Community Work


Photo of Dr. Lovell Pugh-Bassett courtesy of Camden County.

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PENNSAUKENCongressman Donald Norcross, Camden County College President Lovell Pugh-Bassett and nonprofit leaders Giana Campbell and Pamela Grayson-Baltimore are among the honorees of the Community Planning & Advocacy Council’s Civic Leadership Awards on Oct. 16.

The event will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton Cherry Hill/Philadelphia, 2349 Marlton Pike West in Cherry Hill.

The Community Planning and Advocacy Council, or CPAC, is a 501(C)3 nonprofit whose mission is to advance social, racial and economic justice; and to promote successful individuals, strong families, and thriving communities.

The CPAC launches its Civic Leadership Awards Reception honoring some of South Jersey’s most recognized and accomplished leaders and organizations this year for their outstanding leadership in each of the following categories:

  • U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross, Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Richard Stagliano, President and CEO, Center For Family Services, Humanitarian Award
  • Elsa Candelario, Professor of Professional Practice and Director of LISTA Rutgers University School of Social Work, Humanitarian Award
  • Louis Cappelli, Jr., Director, Camden County Board of Commissioners, Public Service Award
  • Dr. Lovell Pugh-Bassett, President, Camden County College, Excellence in Education Award
  • Carl Boyd, Co-Chair, Camden County Council for Young Children (CCCYC), Volunteer Award
  • Capt. Vivian Coley, Camden County Police Department, Women’s Leadership Award
  • CAMcare Health Corporation, LaCisha “Flossie” Laws, Community Development Manager, Excellence in Healthcare Award
  • Pamela Grayson-Baltimore, Founder and CEO, I Dare to Care Association (ID2C), Advocacy Award
  • Krista Nash, Commissioner, New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission, The Game Changer Award
  • Giana Campbell, Executive Director, Camden Education Fund, The Charitable Organization Award
  • Keyann’a Watkins, Assistant Coordinator of Volunteers, City of Camden, Office of the Mayor, Rising Star Youth Award

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