Marypat Hector

Mary received the Power Woman Award from Al Sharpton’s NAN Convention Won the Drum Major of Justice award from SCLC Women. She received the Essence 365Black award from McDonalds; Mary-Pat was selected as Ebony Magazine's Power 100. Atlanta’s AJC named her as one of Georgia's Home Town Heroes, also winner of 21st Century 20 under 20 Leader 2013, Mary-Pat was named Activist of the Year from the 100 Black Men of America 2013, Awarded Philanthropist of the year from, Hearts to Hearts, Winner of the Peace Prize Awarded Philanthropist of the year from, Hearts to Hearts where her national Campaign Think Twice won 50 thousand dollars, 2013, Black Girls Rock M.A.D (Making A Difference) Girl winner 2013, National winner for Kohl’s Kids Who Care. 2014 Porsche Driving Force of the year award. 2014 Delta Sigma Theta, Youth Leader of the Year. 2014 AKA Sorority, 83rd North Atlantic Emerging Leader Award, 2014 Usher New Look, Global Youth Award 2015 Empower Magazine, Youth of the Year Award, 2015 Youth Advocate of the year Women’s Council of the Empire Board of Realtist, 2016 Young Women of Impact Award from Off the Field Players’ Wives Association 2016 Atlanta Magazine Women Making A Difference Award 2016. Named of one of Atlanta’s most Influential women 2016 by Atlanta Business League, 2016 Women Inspiring Women Award

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