Albany - Reverend Cornelius Clark

Reverend Cornelius Clark Receives Director's Community Leadership Award from Director Comey on April 15, 2016

The Albany Division honors Reverend Cornelius Clark, founder and pastor of Holy Serenity Church of God in Christ in Troy, New York. Reverend Clark provides tutoring, mentoring, and recreational activities for children through the Early Intervention and Mentoring Program. He continues to make outstanding contributions to his fellow citizens by finding creative ways to solve community problems.

FBI Director Recognizes Distinguished Community Leaders

In a ceremony at FBI Headquarters on April 15, 2016, Director James B. Comey recognized the recipients of the 2015 Director’s Community Leadership Award. These leaders, selected by their area FBI field office, have demonstrated outstanding contributions to their local communities through service. The FBI is grateful for the work of each of these individuals and organizations on behalf of their communities.

“[This year’s honorees] have done extraordinary good across communities in this country and have made a lasting difference,” said Director Comey. “Thank you for that good, thank you for what you represent, and thank you for inspiring not just the FBI but this entire country.”

Recipients of the 2015 Director’s Community Leadership Award are: 

Albany                            Memphis         
AlbuquerqueMiami
AnchorageMilwaukee
AtlantaMinneapolis
BaltimoreMobile
BirminghamNew Haven
BostonNew Orleans
BuffaloNew York
CharlotteNewark
ChicagoNorfolk
CincinnatiOklahoma City      
ClevelandOmaha
ColumbiaPhiladelphia
DallasPhoenix
DenverPittsburgh
DetroitPortland
El PasoRichmond
HonoluluSacramento
HoustonSalt Lake City
IndianapolisSan Antonio
JacksonSan Diego
JacksonvilleSan Francisco
Kansas CitySan Juan
KnoxvilleSeattle
Las VegasSpringfield
Little RockSt. Louis
Los AngelesTampa
LouisvilleWashington Field

 

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