A young lady named Charity Ezenwa-Onuaku has achieved the prestigious United States President Lifetime Award.
Charity Ezenwa-Onuaku is the founder Of WealthyGen Inc. She was honored by the United States President, Joseph R. Biden with the prestigious President’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
The President’s Lifetime Achievement Award is the highest form of community recognition bestowed by the United States. Charity received the award during the commemoration of the 2023 World Humanitarian Day in Houston, Texas.
The award was established in 2003 under former President George W. Bush’s Council on Service and Civic Participation with the aim to honor outstanding contributions to communities across the nation.
She has provided financial literacy through her programs such as Financial Empowerment for Young Adults (FEYA) and the Women Empowerment Project (WE Project) which caught the attention of the President.
Charity shared her acceptance speech on her Instagram, expressing gratitude for the recognition and pledged to continue fostering financial empowerment and sustainable growth through her organizations.
She mentioned that she is humbled to have received the nomination and the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award from the President of the United States, President Joe Biden for her civic contributions to our community and the nation.
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She said she has empowered countless young adults through her Financial Empowerment for Young Adults and has transformed the lives of over fifty widows in Nigeria with the Women Empowerment Project by helping them run businesses and support their families.
Charity said receiving the award has inspired her to take on even greater responsibilities for her community and nation, as she sees it as a call to contribute even more significantly.