Juvenile Law Center awards Leadership Prizes in annual event

Tribune Staff Report, The Philadelphia Tribune •
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On Wednesday, the Juvenile Law Center’s annual Leadership Prize was awarded to outstanding individuals working in the field of law, government, the arts, media, entertainment, sports, business, or any other sector — who are fighting for the rights and well-being of youth in the child welfare and justice systems.

The annual event was held at the National Constitution Center and was co-emceed by Khaliah Ali and Jacob Ali-Wertheimer. Special guest Marque Richardson, and actor and activist, gave a passionate speech of encouragement to the crowd.

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About the Expert

Katy Otto joined Juvenile Law Center in 2016. With a background in communications, development and government relations, she is responsible for the organization’s overall messaging strategy and implementation. She is passionate about youth justice, and committed to ensuring that the public learns about the challenges facing youth in the child welfare and justice systems.