Carlotta Daniels-Randolph and Husband Receive Ducky Birts Foundation Medallion Award


Ducky Birts Award(Delaware and Chester Counties, PA, April 24, 2012)—The Ducky Birts Foundation Medallion Award was presented to Irving and Carlotta Randolph at the Sixth Annual Medallion Scholarship Banquet held in Philadelphia on April 21, 2012. Carlotta Daniels-Randolph is the Managing Director of the Workforce Employment Services for Delaware County Community College and a member of the Advisory Board to the Delaware County Housing Authority Self- Sufficiency program.  

Irving Randolph, an award winning journalist, was recognized for his leadership as managing editor of The Philadelphia Tribune, the nation’s oldest continuously published African-American newspaper. Honored as a couple for their extraordinary leadership and commitment to the development and education of Philadelphia’s youth, they also received citations from Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter, City of Philadelphia City Council, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Senate, House of Representatives and Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus.   

The Ducky Birts Foundation supports students entering historically African-American higher education institutions. It was founded by Donald “Ducky” Birts, a community leader, businessman, youth advocate and committee person for Philadelphia’s 50th Ward, Second Division, and special assistant to U. S. Congressman Robert A. Brady.

Photo Caption: Left to right: David Birts, Irving Randolph, Carlotta Daniels-Randolph and Donald “Ducky” Birts at the Sixth Annual Medallion Scholarship Banquet on April 21, 2012.  Irving and Carlotta Randolph received the Ducky Birts Foundation Medallion Award.

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