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Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists Honors Evoluer House Founder

PABJ Honors Evoluer House Founder for Empowering Marginalized Girls in Philadelphia

Rahel Solomon, anchor/reporter, CBS 3; Cheryl Ann Wadlington, founder, The Evoluer House; Cherri Gregg, Esq., president, PABJ/community affairs reporter, KYW Newsradio; and Gray Hall, anchor/reporter, 6 ABC.

On October 22, the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ) hosted its annual Awards Gala at WHYY Studios. This award show honors area journalists for their outstanding contributions to the industry and also recognizes community leaders for their efforts to enhance the quality of life in the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys.  

We're beyond thrilled that our founder, Cheryl Ann Wadlington, received the 2016 PABJ Community Service Award. Ms. Cheryl, an award winning fashion journalist and commentator, was honored for her decades long commitment to empowering marginalized girls with the tools they need to become college-bound and career-ready, and break the cycle of intergenerational poverty.

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