The Cincinnati Chapter of the American Jewish Committee paid tribute to Charlotte Otto, global external affairs officer for Procter & Gamble.
Charlotte Otto received an autographed Oscar Robinson basketball during evening festivities.|
(Philip Groshong photo)
Thomas G. Cody, vice chairman of Federated Department Stores, welcomed the 225 guests. Channel 9 News anchor Clyde Gray served as master of ceremonies. Keynote speaker was Cincinnati Public Schools Superintendent Alton Frailey.
Jay E. Price, chapter president, presented Otto with AJC's Human Relations Award for her outstanding professional contributions and her vision of a better Cincinnati; councilman David Pepper read a city proclamation honoring Otto.
The evening raised $120,000 to benefit the American Jewish Committee, dedicated to combating bigotry and discrimination, promoting human rights and advocating public policy positions rooted in American democratic values.
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