For 70 years, the Brotherhood Sisterhood Awards have honored leaders who, in their own lives, embrace the tenants of the National Conference for Community and Justice of Metropolitan's work to make St. Louis a community where all people are valued and respected.
Award recipients are community leaders blazing trails for inclusion, justice and equity. This year's honorees are:
- Ghazala Hayat, M.D.—Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at Saint Louis University and past president of Interfaith Partnership
- Amy Hunter—Director of Racial Justice at YWCA Metro St. Louis
- Richard Mark—President, Ameren Illinois Company
- Robert Millstone—CEO and President, Millstone Capital Advisors and Director of the Millstone Foundation
- Nancy Parker Tice—Nonprofit Advisor & Community Volunteer
Since 1930, NCCJ St. Louis has been dedicated to advocacy and serious education that bridges our differences, whether based on race, religion, class, gender, sexual orientation, age, and ability status, among others.