Celebrate Former President Terri Freeman’s Accomplishments on December 12

We are pleased to announce that former President of The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region (The Community Foundation) Terri Lee Freeman, will be honored at the 2014 Human Rights Awards Reception, United Nations Association – National Capital Area (UNA-NCA).

Terri will be honored with the Distinguished Community Human Rights Award at the 66th anniversary celebration of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNA-NCA)  for her work to improve human rights in the metropolitan Washington region, and around the world.

Terri led The Community Foundation from 1996 until the fall of 2014, and was responsible for providing thought leadership and facilitating individual, family, and organizational giving to improve the quality of life in the metropolitan Washington region. She led the Foundation’s growth from $52 million to more than $350 million in assets, so that it is now the largest funder of local nonprofits in the region.

Terri presently serves as the President of the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee.

Click here to attend this event and celebrate Terri’s achievements.


Friday, December 12, 2014
Advanced Access (Premium ticket holders) – 6:00 pm
General Admission – 6:30 pm


Caucus Room, Cannon House Office Building
New Jersey and Independence Avenues SE
Washington, DC 20515

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