Fifty Black male business and community leaders were honored Thursday for their career and community achievements by The Made Man Foundation at a reception Thursday evening, hosted at the Center City Wells Fargo building.

The gentlemen, hailing from a range of industries — education, technology, public service and financial services — were selected for their “leadership, lifetime achievement in their respective fields of work, social consciousness, and significant contributions to community empowerment.”

“You are involved and you are evolved, so I challenge you to do what you continue to do,” said Ky Dele, founder, The Made Man Foundation. “It’s my pleasure and obligation to continue to honor you.”

The honorees include:

Al Motley Jr., Vice President of Technology, Systems & Data United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey

Alexander Peay, Founder/President Rising Suns/Ones Up

Anzio Williams, Vice President News WCAU & WWSI

Atif Bostic, Executive Director, UpLift Solutions

Carlo Batts, Principal, Rittenhouse Appraisals

Curtis Jones Jr., Philadelphia City Councilman District 4

Darryl E. Bundrige, Executive Director and Vice President, City Year Philadelphia

David Dix, Chairman, Governor’s Advisory Commission African American Affairs, Co-Founder & CEO of Luminous Strategies

De’Andre Xzaiver, Wells Fargo Bank

Dr. Donald Guy Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia

Dr. Jose Saez, Nephrologist

Geoffrey Pope, Vice President, Aon Risk Solutions

Greg Corbin, Philadelphia Folkore Project — Community Activist

Greg Davis, President , Vertex Financial Advisors

Hassan Moore, Supplier Diversity Manager, Temple University

Jack Drummond, Director, Mayor’s Office of Black Male Engagement

James Burnett, Executive Director, West Philadelphia Financial Services Institution

James Claiborne, Public Programming Manager, African American Museum in Philadelphia

Jermaine Young, Human Resource Manager, Universal Companies

Joel Wilson, 100 Black Man

Joseph Williams, 100 Black Man

John Stanford, Commanding Officer, 19th District Philadelphia Police Department

Jordan Harris, Pennsylvania State Representative of 186th Legislative District

Keith Leaphart, Entrepreneur

Kennon Jenkins, President Omega Psi Phi Philadelphia Chapter

Kevin Basden, Partner, PwC

Kevin Harden Jr., Ross Feller Casey, LLP

Kristin Green — Hayes, President, Morehouse College Philadelphia Alumni, Educator, Global Leadership Academy

Kyle Myers, Principal Chief Executive Officer, Pneuma Capital Group

Kyree Terrell, CEO and Founder at

Leroy Jones, Founder/CEO of GSI Health Philadelphia and New York

Malik Brown, Associate Vice President, Workforce Solutions & Community Impact, Pierce College

Marc Coleman, President/CEO The Tactile Group

Marcus Bagby, Director of Client Engagement, Think Company

Marvin Capps, Owner, MARVIN CAPPS REALTY

Michael Morrow, Founder, FLTR

Michael O’Bryan, Director of Youth & Young Adult Programs, The Village of Arts and Humanities

Mike Goings, Director , Alumni & Youth Marketing I Player Engagement Specialist, Philadelphia 76ERS

Miles Wilson (Sadat), President/CEO Education Works

Nathaniel Rogers, Entrepreneur

Omar Woodard, Executive Director, GreenLight Fund Philadelphia

Paul E. Wright, Co-Founder Open Access & Stimulus LLC., Director, Vendor Managment LIft Forward

Rahim Thompson, CEO & Founder, The Chosen League

Ricky Duncan, Executive Director, NoMo Inc.

Ryan Boyer, Business Manager at Laborers’ District Council of Philadelphia

Shondell Revell, Executive Director, Office of Violence Prevention City of Philadelphia

Stephen Briggs, Vice President, Community Relations, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Ted Reid, Senior Vice President/Wealth Adviser/ Sports & Entertainment Director, Morgan Stanley

Vincent Costello, President, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., Nu Sigma Chapter, PA State Coordinator, Sigma Beta Club

William Hughes, Citizens Bank

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