The sixth annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards took place on Sept. 20, 2018.
Dr. Pearse Lyons
Lyons posthumously received the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Lifetime Achievement for his agricultural efforts in sustaining the planet.
Carlson was given the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Gender Equality for her role as a social justice advocate, feminist and humanitarian.
Eggers, an award-winning author, earned the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Education for efforts in expanding access to higher education.
Sister Larraine Anne Lauter
Sister Larraine was named the Muhammad Ali Kentucky Humanitarian for clean water initiatives and immersion in environmental protection.
Sheldon Smith - Confidence
Smith’s humanitarian efforts helped other young fathers lay the foundation to have a positive impact and build relationships with their children.
Kushagra Srivastava - Conviction
Srivastava’s mission through his non-profit organization is to develop and enact innovative solutions which can effectively control pollution.
Lisa Curtis - Dedication
Curtis is the Founder & CEO of Kuli Kuli, the first brand to introduce the green superfood moringa to the U.S. market.
Alexandria Lafci - Giving
Lafci is the co-founder of New Story, an innovative nonprofit founded in 2014 that builds homes and communities in the developing world.
Alex Holmes - Respect
Holmes is the founder of “Anti-Bullying Ambassadors,” a peer-support program for young people whose job it is to stand up to bullying.
Reyna Montoya - Spirituality
Montoya has engaged in local, statewide and national platforms to advance justice for immigrant communities.