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Salute To Black Educators 

Awards and Scholarship Gala
August 19th
, 2023

7 pm | Indian Spring Country Club

Tickets: Buy Tickets Now


Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michael Lomax, President and CEO of UNCF

Awards Click here to nominate now


+  Stellar Performer in Education Award

+  Cornerstone Educator Award

+  Post Secondary Educator Award

+  Lifetime Achiever in Education Award

+ C. Spencer Pompey Humanitarian


To help support the Omicron Upsilon Lambda Foundation in our efforts to reward outstanding students in our community, donations to the OUL Foundation Scholarship can be made in a number of different ways: 

PayPal: Click Here

CashApp: $OULAlphas



Check/Cash: Checks and/or Cash payments can be mailed to the following:

Finance Team Office
Omicron Upsilon Lambda Chapter of

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
PO Box 7862
Delray Beach, FL 33482


2023 Salute to Black Educators Award Nominations

The Omicron Upsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated is now accepting nominations from the public. The nomination can be a self-nomination or come from a third party. All nominees must be or have served as an outstanding Educator in a public or private school in Palm Beach County. Nominations must include the following information to be deem complete:


  • Resume or Biographical Sketch (PDF Preferred)

  • Photo (Head shot) 

  • Narrative description explaining why the nominee should be selected.  Not to exceed one typed page  (PDF Preferred)

Applications will NOT be accepted without these items. Nominations must be received by April 30th, 2023.  For more information, please email the Nomination Committee at

Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Michael Lomax

























Since 2004, Dr. Michael L. Lomax has served as President and CEO of UNCF, the nation’s largest private provider of scholarships and other educational support to African American students and a leading advocate of college readiness: students’ need for an education, from pre-school through high school, that prepares them for college success. Under his leadership, UNCF has raised more than $3 billion and helped more than 110,000 students earn college degrees and launch careers.  Annually, UNCF’s work enables 60,000 students to go to college with UNCF scholarships and attend its 37 member historically black college and universities (HBCUs).

At UNCF’s helm, Dr. Lomax oversees the organization’s 400 scholarship programs, which award 10,000 scholarships a year.  He also launched the UNCF Institute for Capacity Building, which helps UNCF’s member HBCUs become stronger, more effective and more self-sustaining.

Under Dr. Lomax’s leadership, UNCF has fought for college readiness and education reform through partnerships with reform-focused leaders and organizations and worked to further advance HBCUs with Congress, the administration and the Department of Education.  He serves on the boards of the KIPP Foundation, America’s Promise, Teach for America and the Studio Museum in Harlem.

Before joining UNCF, Dr. Lomax was president of Dillard University in New Orleans and a literature professor at UNCF-member institutions Morehouse and Spelman Colleges.  He also founded the National Black Arts Festival, was a founding member of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) and served as chairman of the Fulton County Commission in Atlanta, the first African American elected to that post.


Program Book Ad Opportunities

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Advertising space is available in the Salute to Black Educators program book. Pricing is below. For inquiries, please contact us.

$700 - Inside Front Cover Full Page

$450 - Inside Back Cover Full Page

$200 - Full Page Ad Book Interior

$150 - Half Page Ad Book Interior

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