DeKalb’s Chief Superior Court Judge Asha Jackson, Deputy Solicitor General Kenya Johnson and substance abuse counselor Original Michael.
The Davis Bozeman law firm honored community three leaders on Dec. 7 at its annual holiday affair, which was held at the Gathering Spot.
Fox 5’s Portia Bruner served as master of ceremonies for the Community Service Awards program.
This year’s honorees included DeKalb’s Chief Superior Court Judge Asha Jackson, Deputy Solicitor General Kenya Johnson and substance abuse counselor Original Michael.
“As a socially conscious law firm, we are proud to honor individuals and organizations that help build our community. The three honorees this year for the Davis Bozeman Community Service Awards are truly deserving,”Robert Bozeman, Managing Partner.
Attorney Mawuli Davis, founding partner, urged the community to do its part by supporting the Kilombo Academic and Cultural Institute, which offers students an African-centered, educational learning experience.
“The holiday season reminds us of the need to give and serve. We encourage our guests and supporters to donate to Kilombo Academic and Cultural Institute.”
Donate to Kilombo Academic and Cultural Institute by visiting http://kilomboschool.com