Honorees were recognized for their social responsibility endeavors and commitment to making a positive impact in their communities.
Color & Culture CEO, George Fernandez, received the City & State Pennsylvania Impact Award, a recognition given to socially responsible Pennsylvanians across many sectors, during a ceremony held on December 12 at the Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing.
This award highlights George’s relentless mission to give underserved communities every opportunity to access resources that elevate their quality of life and innovate culturally relevant brands for today’s marketplace, serving as an inspiring example of the positive impact that conscious business practices can have.
“Being recognized with the City & State Pennsylvania Impact Award is a reflection of the collaborative spirit at Color & Culture and our shared dedication to fostering positive transformations,” stated George Fernandez, expressing gratitude. “I am honored to lead a company committed to making a substantial impact in Pennsylvania and contributing to a better future for all.”
George Fernandez’s receipt of this award not only acknowledges his accomplishments but also underscores Color & Culture’s holistic commitment to social responsibility, community engagement and inclusive business practices.
A panel of judges carefully selected 75 leaders from the Keystone State, each nominated for their conscious business practices and proven actions to benefit society. All honorees have businesses with ties to the immediate community, champion causes that align with their values, and their work embodies one or more of these principles: Charity, Community Engagement, Customer Service, Diversity & Inclusion, Equity, Ethics, Transparency, Sustainability, and Volunteerism.
Congratulations to George Fernandez on this well-deserved recognition, and to all the honorees who are shaping the future of Pennsylvania towards a more united and inclusive state.