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Dwayne Ashley To Receive The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity IMAGE Award

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Dwayne Ashley, founder and CEO of Bridge Philanthropic Consulting (BPC), will receive the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.’s IMAGE Award in Bigger & Better Business during the fraternity’s 2021 Conclave at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center and Sheraton Hotel from August 3-8, 2021. The IMAGE Award is Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity’s most coveted award bestowed upon members of the fraternity who have achieved global success in their career.  

Ashley, an entrepreneur, is the founder and CEO of Bridge Philanthropic Consulting. He has attained outstanding achievements within the philanthropy and fundraising industry. Ashley is being recognized for his accomplishments in business and commitment to making a difference through his work on behalf of students, social change organizations, and institutions in the African-American community.  

“I am honored to be recognized by the brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, as members of the fraternity have served as my early role models. They continue to uplift, unite, and empower communities globally,” said Ashley. “At Bridge Philanthropic Consulting, we live the values of service in our work daily.”  

Ashley, a Life Member of the fraternity, is known as the man who thinks big and bold, coupled with strategic thinking and wise counsel in the philanthropic world. Ashley’s firm is a registered MWBE in New York City, New York State and in more than 200 Cities, States and private sector employers–with more than 100 Consultants, the firm has created more than 250 jobs since its founding and worked with more than 100 small businesses. Ashley serves on the board of the Giving Institute, New York Society Library and most recently elected to the Board of Directors of the African American Development Officers.

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