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Loraine Ballard Morrill served as Master of Ceremonies during the ALDIA 40 under Forty celebration August 27.
Forty of Philadelphia's most diverse professionals were awarded for their impactful work throughout the region during the 2021 AL DÍA "40 Under Forty" celebration at the Barnes Museum.

Recognizing a generation of diverse, young professionals at the Barnes Museum

With its inaugural class inducted in 2020, the AL DÍA "40 Under Forty" uncovers and documents stories of many diverse voices within Philadelphia.

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Many diverse voices were awarded for their hard work during the AL DÍA "40 Under Forty" award ceremony at the Barnes Museum on August 27. It was standing room only where the audience witnessed forty of the region's young professionals being recognized for making an impact in their respective fields.

In attendance were Gregory DeShields, Executive Director of PHLDiversity; Raquel M. Arredondo,  Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at the University of Pennsylvania; Loraine Ballard Morrill, Director of News and Community Affairs for iHeartMedia Philadelphia and Keynote Speaker Sandra Campos, Chief executive officer of Project Verte. We give our deepest congratulations to this years class of awardees.

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