New Hope Baptist Church Presents 29th Annual Dr. King ‘Community Service Award’
To Millennium’s Rita Hubbard-Robinson, JD, Project Director, Patient Activation Measures

The Honorable Byron Brown, Mayor of Buffalo, left and Dr. Barbara Seals Nevergold, President and Member-at-Large Buffalo Board of Education, right, present Rita Hubbard-Robinson the 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr ‘Community Service Award’.

Rita Hubbard-Robinson, JD, Project Director, Patient Activation Measures and Engagement and Host, Millennium Health Matters Radio Show, received the New Hope Baptist Church “Community Service Award” at the 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Breakfast held Mon., Jan. 21, 2019 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center.

Hosted by New Hope’s Christian Education Scholarship Committee, the event featured the Honorable Byron Brown, Mayor of Buffalo, as keynote speaker, and culminated in the presentation of 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr “Community Service Award” to Rita Hubbard-Robinson with the inscription: “Gratefully given for your relentless effort in making Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dreams a reality.”

In addition to supporting Millennium Collaborative Care community engagement initiatives, Rita Hubbard-Robinson is also the host of Millennium’s radio show — Millennium Health Matters – currently airing at 10:30 PM Mondays on WUFO. She also serves on the African American Health Disparities Task Force and the organization’s Igniting Hope Buffalo Conference Committee, in addition to serving as Chief Executive Officer of NeuWater & Associates,  a company focused on improving population health with expertise in social determinants of health and community development.

 

 

Rita, center, was joined by her sister Dawn C. Hunter, standing left, Rev. George F. Nicholas, MDiv, Pastor, Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church, standing right; her nephew Miles G. Hunter, and Mrs. Dawn Nicholas.
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