Broward Education Foundation Announces Hunt for Outstanding Alumni for Its Prestigious 2023 Hall of Fame Award

Broward Education Foundation Calls for Nominations: Seeking Alumni Who've Made a Difference for 2023 Hall of Fame Awards

Broward Education Foundation 2022 Hall of Fame Awards. {BEF}

By Sharon Aron Baron
Know someone who deserves to be in the Hall of Fame? The Broward County Public Schools Hall of Fame that is.

Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Education Foundation is now accepting nominations for its annual 2023 Hall of Fame Awards.

The awards, presented annually, honor Broward County Public Schools graduates who have made notable contributions to their community, education, and their professions.

Nominations can be submitted on the Broward Education Foundation’s website until August 15, 2023. The honorees will be recognized in three categories: the Bravo! Award, the Outstanding Achievement Award, and the Education Achievement Award. These accolades recognize alums who have substantially impacted the community, significant achievements in any field, and those dedicated to public education.

CEO of the Broward Education Foundation, Shea Ciriago, emphasized the privilege of the Foundation to acknowledge and honor these individuals.

“There are so many remarkable and highly deserving graduates from Broward County Public Schools who make selfless contributions to our community, in education and their respective careers,” she said.

The Broward Education Foundation’s Hall of Fame Award ceremony borrows elements from the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame. Honored alumni will receive large, engraved granite stars placed permanently on the BrightStar Credit Union “Walk of Fame” at the Broward County Public Schools District Office.

Previous recipients include Chip LaMarca, Florida State Representative; Stacy Ritter, President and CEO of Visit Lauderdale; Brett Atkinson, South Florida President of Moss Construction, among others.

Known for supporting education in the county, The Broward Education Foundation has raised nearly $4 million annually for Broward County schools. Notably, in response to the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy, the Foundation became the official fundraising source of donations for victims’ families, survivors, and those impacted.

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