The 3rd annual Soirée Noir, hosted by Oakwood University Alumnus Andell Brown Esq., took place at the 106 Jefferson Hotel’s rooftop bar, Baker & Able. The award-ceremony and celebration showcased the best of Huntsville & the surrounding cities business, arts, culture & philanthropic community; benefiting the Brown Justice Foundation in a rich experience of good vibes, exquisite dining, and phenomenal DJ sets.
Honorees for the evening included Grammy award-winning music producer and Huntsville Native Kelvin Wooten; CEO PROJECT XYZ, Inc. and current candidate in the Alabama State Senate race for District 2, Kim Lewis; and CEO & Designer to the stars of Dapper Dude collection, Derrick Ramey Jr.
The award-ceremony was emceed by Maurice and Kimmi Scott of the TV show Love and Marriage Huntsville.
Attorney Brown closed out the ceremony with a heart-felt speech recognizing each recipient and their contributions to the community.
“To our Vanguard Award and Pioneer award recipients, we salute you and we thank you for the inspiration that you provide. It is important for us to celebrate victories along the way; it’s good to be acknowledged.
These people that you see here tonight, they work hard. Their families have stood by their side, communities have been with them, and today we celebrate you, your beauty, and your power.” Andell Brown, ESQ.
About the Brown Justice Foundation Inc.
The Brown Justice Foundation Inc., the Non-Profit 501(c)(3) arm of Andell Brown & Associates Law Offices, P.L. is an organization dedicated to making “Justice for All” a reality. The organization is a non-partisan, inclusive, people-focused non-profit that leverages legal experience, expertise and network on behalf of the community