NEW YORK – Olympian Veronica Campbell-Brown, one of Jamaica’s most decorated female athletes will be honored by the New York based non-profit Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO) Inc.
The gala and awards will take place at the Hilton New York, JFK Airport on Saturday, December 5, 2015 with a cocktail reception at 7:30 pm to be followed by dinner and dance.
Campbell-Brown, affectionately called VCB, is a seven-time Olympic medalist and the second woman in history to win two consecutive Olympic 200m titles. She is also one of only nine athletes to win World Championships titles at the Youth, Junior and Senior levels.
According to Gary Williams, Chairman & Founder of COJO, “VCB has consistently brought glory to Jamaica whether at the World Championships in athletics, the IAAF World Indoor Championships or the Olympic Games and we look forward to the honor she will again bring us in Rio”.
Williams lauded the sprinter for her work as a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador to promote gender equity and her “efforts to give back to her hometown in Trelawny”. “She is an exemplary role model”, he declared and we will be pleased to present her with the COJO 2015 Humanitarian Award.
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