Jay Clark Wins VISION Award
Jay Clark program director for CURA's Minnesota Center for Neighborhood Organizing (MCNO), was the recipient of the VISION award, presented by Validating and Inspiring Successful Initiatives for Outreach and Network (V.I.S.I.O.N.) on September 10 at the organization's annual event honoring individuals, businesses, and organizations in service and leadership in the Hmong community. Clark was given the award in recognition of his many years of dedicated service to strengthen the Hmong community.
Other awards were presented in the categories of Student Outreach (Khong Pha), Creative Artist (Tsongsawh Lo), Supporting Organization (Hmong College Prep Academy), Supporting Business (Dr. Mai True Lee's Health and Wellness Chiropractic), and Community Service (Mary Kasper).
V.I.S.I.O.N's mission is to build a better Hmong community where Hmong organizations provide high-quality services. businesses give back to their community, and individuals have the tools to unlock their full potential. To learn more about the organization, visit www.hmongvisionaries.org.