Leadership and Art Awards

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2014

State of Rhode Island 13th Latin American Art Exhibition- Atrium Gallery

Providence Mayor Angel Taveras Award – Hispanic Heritage Month – SerLieve                     Expressive  Mixed Mental Health Collection

State of Rhode Island Victims Unit Award for the Arts (The Natasha Love                           Foundation)
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras- Youth in the Arts

Central Falls High School, Central Falls, RI -Citation for Youth Mentorship

2013 – Central Falls High School-Art Community Mentor Citation
Women in Charge Award – Community Art Award

2012 -The Providence Center-Poetry Mentor citation

2010 – Francisco Oller Museo de Arte, Elements of Life Art Exhibition and Lecture
City of Bayamon, Puerto Rico-Citation

2008 – The Extraordinary Woman Award-International Woman’s Day
Congressman Patrick Kennedy, Extraordinary Award
Attorney General, Patrick Lynch-Extraordinary Woman Award

Lieutenant Governor-Elizabeth Roberts, Extraordinary Woman Award
Secretary of State, A. Ralph Mollis-Women’s History Month Award
General Treasurer, Frank T. Caprio-Sovereign Bank Recognition Woman Award

2007 – Representative Grace Diaz-Commitment in Community Service Woman Award
5th Annual State Latino Visual Arts Awards

2006 – 4th  Annual State Latino Visual Arts Award
Certificate of Accomplishment- Rhode Island US Senator, Jack Reed
Citizen Citation- Mayor David N. Cicilline, City or Providence
Congressional Recognition-Congressman James R Langevin
Special Congressional Recognition- US Senator, Sheldon Whitehouse

2005 – Congressman James Langevin-Congressional Recognition for Commitment to                     Community Service
Puerto Ricans Parade of Rhode Island as a Puerto Rican “Author” in the                               community
Letter of Outstanding Achievement from the Governor of Puerto Rico
Puerto Ricans Parade of Rhode Island-Business Women, Advocacy, Artist, Author

2004 – Congressman James Langevin-Congressional Recognition for Commitment to                     Community Service
Puerto Ricans Parade of Rhode Island as a Puerto Rican “Author” in the                               community

2003 – Alan Shawn Feinstein Community Service and Arts Merit Award
Rhode Island House of Senate-Outstanding Commitment & Community Service                   and the Arts
Governor Donald Carcieri-Outstanding Community Service
Lieutenant Governor, Fogarty, Outstanding Community Service
Rhode Island House of Representatives-Multiple Contributions in Community                     Service
Congressman Patrick Kennedy-Leadership & Outstanding Community Service
The Rhode Island Foundation-Volunteer and Commitment to the Arts
Puertorriquenos Unidos-Leadership of Puerto Rican Women and Contributions to               the Artssearch