Neal & Leroy attorney and Partner Anne Fredd presented the Honorable Judge Benjamin Travis Community Service Award to the Oakland African American Chamber of Commerce (OAACC) at the Charles Houston Bar Association’s 67th Annual Gala. The award is named after the Honorable Judge Benjamin Travis, the late husband of Anne Fredd. This award champions and recognizes organizations who give back to the community by supporting and strengthening the Black business community. Neal & Leroy is proud to support this mission and recognizes the accomplishments of OAACC’s efforts in strong community service outreach and community programing and resources focused on Oakland’s minority business community. The Charles Houston Bar Association is comprised of Black and minority attorneys in the San Francisco Bay area who are committed to the values of giving back to the community through facilitating access to the justice system and promoting equal protection under the law. Neal & Leroy congratulates these organizations for their tireless work and commitment to our shared values of community service and inclusivity.
Anne Fredd pictured (center) with OAACC’s CEO Cathy D. Adams (left), Attorney Tamara C. Michael (right), and Donovan Loud (front) the nephew of Attorney Gordon and Tamika Greenwood with The Honorable Judge Benjamin Travis Community Service Award.