Photo Gallery: 2012 Director’s Community Leadership Awards

Images from the ceremony at FBI Headquarters.

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  • Doris Buffett, Richmond Division

    The Richmond Division’s 2012 DCLA recipient is Doris Buffett (in yellow), a philanthropist and founder of the Sunshine Lady Foundation, which has awarded more than $100 million in grants to advance education and well being for families in crisis and to aid those who are disadvantaged.

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  • Tammy Denbo, Tampa Divsion

    Tampa Division DCLA recipient Tammy Denbo, an attorney, humanitarian, and youth advocate, has a photo opportunity with her 5-year-old nephew, Hunter.

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  • William F. Winter, Jackson Division

    Former Mississippi Governor William F. Winter (center) was the award recipient from the Jackson Division, honored for his community service and civil rights advocacy.

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  • The Faces of Leadership

    The recipients of the 2012 Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA), given to community leaders from around the country, gather for a group photo before the fifth annual ceremony at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. on April 5, 2013.

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  • Southwest Panhandle Search and Rescue, Mobile Division

    The Mobile Division awarded Jen Morgan (left) and Nancy Locke for co-founding the Southwest Panhandle Search and Rescue organization, a K-9 and first aid agency that assists law enforcement and the military in locating lost persons.

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  • O Say Can You See...

    Nicole Gilmore sang the national anthem at the Director’s Community Leadership Awards ceremony.

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  • Presentation of Colors

    The U.S. Air Force Color Guard from Washington presented the colors at the beginning of the Director’s Community Leadership Awards ceremony.

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  • Richard Bryant, Kansas City Division

    Community leader Richard Bryant (center), award recipient from the Kansas City Division, shares a proud moment with family and friends.

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  • Humera Khan, Washington Field Office

    Humera Khan, an advocate for American Muslims, was the award recipient from the Washington Field Office. Congratulating her is George Selim, a member of the White House National Security Staff.

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  • International Institute of Connecticut, New Haven Division

    Alicia Kinsman accepted the New Haven Division’s award on behalf of the International Institute of Connecticut, a nonprofit social service agency, where she is the director of victim and trafficking services

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  • Asian American Advisory Board, Miami Division

    The Miami Division’s award was given to the Asian American Advisory Board for its work to promote cooperation among diverse communities in South Florida. Accepting the award was the board’s chairman, Ahmad Tavakoly (center).

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  • Dr. Mohamed Ali Abukar, Phoenix Division

    Phoenix award recipient Dr. Mohamed Ali Abukar is greeted by a friend at the reception after the ceremony. Dr. Abukar founded a nonprofit organization focused on helping Somali immigrants assimilate to American culture.

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  • Kimberly Ritter, St. Louis Division

    St. Louis Division DCLA recipient Kimberly Ritter, an advocate for victims of sex trafficking, proudly displays her award.

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  • Mohammad Razvi, New York Division

    New York Division recipient Mohammad Razvi, an advocate for Muslim Americans, gets help displaying his award from his daughter, Fatima.

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  • Maritza Martinez, Albany Division

    Cliff Holly, former special agent in charge of our Albany Division, congratulates Albany DCLA recipient Maritza Martinez, who was honored for her work as a leader of youth and educational programs.

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