Queen City Foundation 40th Anniversary

May 01, 2012  |   News and Photos   |     |   Comments Off on Queen City Foundation 40th Anniversary

Board Members of Queen City Foundation met June 9, 2010 with more than 200 supporters and friends, at the Montgomery Inn Boathouse to celebrate Queen City Foundation’s 40th Anniversary and to present its highest honor, The Robert L. Black, Jr. Award for Excellence and Diversity in Education.

The 40th Anniversary Celebration was chaired by Mrs. Miriam West. The Honorary Co-Chairs were Mrs. Helen C. Black (Widow of Robert L. Black, Jr.); Mr. Willie F. Carden, Director, Cincinnati Parks and Michael J. Graham, S.J., President, Xavier University. Special Comments were given by Dr. Gregory H. Williams, President, University of Cincinnati. The Celebration was emceed by WCPOTV News Anchor, Clyde Gray. The evening’s festivities included a lavish buffet by the Montgomery Inn Boathouse, open bar and exciting raffle. The 40th Anniversary Celebration raised more than $20,000 for Queen City Foundation’s Programs. Queen City Foundation has benefited more than 2,000 minority students since its inception.

The late Robert L. Black Jr., co-founder of Queen City Foundation, established this award in 2000. The Robert L. Black, Jr. Award of Excellence and Diversity in Education” is awarded to the persons who stand out because of their leadership, vision, creativity, generosity or accomplishments in pursuit of excellence an diversity in college preparatory education. Queen City Foundation’s President, Mr. Ronald E. Felder, received the Robert L. Black, Jr. Award of Excellence and Diversity in Education for his 20 years of distinguished service.

Comments are closed.

School Testimonials

  • QCF provides an invaluable service in our community, pairing families who seek access to opportunities a school education can provide...

    Christopher P. Garten. Head of School – The Seven Hills School
  • QCF provides independent schools with a support system in our endeavors to identify qualified high school students.  

    Frances Romweber, Former Principal – St. Ursula Academy
  • QCF and  Summit Country Day  share a common goal, which is to bring young people reflective of our great and diverse city into our dynamic school.  

    Gerard M. Jellig, Former Head of School – Summit Country Day
  • Queen City Foundation connects Cincinnati's independant and private schools with talented minority students from across the city.  

    Dr. Robert P. Macrae, Head of School – Cincinnati Country Day School
  • QCF has been an enormous help to Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy in building a diverse community amongst its student body.  

    T. Randall Brunk, Head of School – Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy
  • Schools strive to provide an  education for our students, and we are thrilled that QCF students contribute to and benefit from that experience.  

    David Mueller, Principal – St. Xavier High School