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Co-Director Receives Award

ADA Award - Ronny Bell
Dr. Ronny Bell, Co-Director of the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity,  received the Community Spirit Award from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) on October 22nd, 2012 at a ceremony in Washington, DC.  The award was given in recognition of his work in understanding and addressing diabetes disparities with the American Indian/Alaska Native population.   Dr. Bell was also a featured speaker and panelist at the ADA 5th Disparities Partnership Forum, which was held in conjunction with the ceremony.  Others receiving recognition at the ceremony included:  Dr. Pedro Greer, Jr.(first from left), Assistant Dean, Florida International University; Mr. David Mann (second from left), noted actor and comedian; Mr. Ben Vereen, (third from right) world-renowned actor, singer and dancer; and Dr. Kenneth Moritsugu (second from right), Vice President for Global Strategic Affairs for Johnson and Johnson's Family of Diabetes Companies and Acting Surgeon General from 2006 - 2008
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