Recent NewsSeptember 3, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Malik Dare'18 (Business Administration) Honored as Community Champion
Being a service-oriented person who will help transform our society is a key pillar of a Roberts education. Congratulations to Malik Dare'18 (Business Administration) for being honored as a community champion for being a distinguished individual who uplifts and inspires local communities in the Capital Region.
This award was given to five Community Champions on Sept. 2. The honorees reflect the ongoing commitment to go above and beyond in ways that embody fellowship, service, and unity.
CDTA’s nomination process this summer resulted in more than 100 submissions. Honorees and the winners were highlighted through the level of participation and impact they have made by supporting and helping those in need. Congratulations to this year's five honorees for their dedication to serving others!
- Clara Phillips, a local volunteer and community activist in Albany
- Walter Simpkins, the Executive Director of Community Fathers in Schenectady
- Pastor Charlie Muller of Victory Christian Church in Albany
- Erin Pihlaja, founder of Make it Upstate in Troy
- Malik Dare, a community volunteer and activist in the Albany area.
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