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Friday, November 17, 2017

The Four Seasons Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, CA

On November 17, 2017, Claremont Lincoln University hosted its annual Spotlight Gala at the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. The Spotlight Gala is the culminating end-of-year celebration and fundraiser that highlights CLU and its efforts to create positive social change throughout the year. The event will also feature The Lincoln Awards.

The Lincoln Awards honors visionaries and activists in the areas of Interfaith Action, Social Entrepreneurship and Ethical Leadership who have made a profoundly positive and lasting impact in their communities and who embody The Golden Rule values similar to Claremont Lincoln University.

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The Lincoln Award

Lincoln Award Honorees

Celeste Alleyne

Lincoln Award in Social Impact

Celeste Alleyne

Director, US Citizenship & Public Affairs
Microsoft Corporation

Rep. Judy Chu

Lincoln Award in Interfaith Action

Rep. Judy Chu

U.S. Congresswoman
27th District of California

David Eads

Lincoln Award in Organizational Leadership

David Eads

Executive Director / Chief Executive Officer
Pasadena Tournament of Roses

Keith Drake

Lincoln Award in Ethical Leadership

Keith Drake

Senior Vice President & Regional Manager
Torrey Pines Bank

Special Performance By:

IMAJ

IMAJ

Fans everywhere call IMAJ their “Country Darling.” A multi-talented singer-songwriter and humanitarian, her vocal style combines traditional, folk and pop Country with a special place in her heart for legends like Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash. She also sings in 6 different languages and just completed a cover of Leonard Cohen’s classic “Hallelujah” performed in English, Spanish, German, Chinese and French. IMAJ’s goal is to spread world peace through music.

“A Millennial to Watch in 2017” by Dallas Weekly

Amazon Top 10 Bestselling Country Artist

“The One To Watch” and “The New face of Country” by CMA Closeup Magazine and QueenLatifah.com

Dedicated.