Cultivote founder and principal consultant, Dominique Davis, was recently honored with The Pullman Award at the 2018 Fall Fest Luncheon, hosted by the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI), Tideland Houston Chapter. Dominique was one of nine honorees awarded.
The Pullman was awarded to individuals that best demonstrated a year-round presence in the community and participation in the APRI Breast Cancer and Scholarships Program. It is given each year for outstanding commitment and dedication to improving the quality of lives of all in the Greater Houston area.
The award was presented by Texas Democratic Party Vice-Chair Dr. Carla D. Brailey. “I’m proud to speak on Dominique’s behalf today. Her get-out-the-vote efforts and work as a member of the Emerge Texas Organizing Committee are to be commended. She is a rising star.”
Community leaders U.S. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Houston), U.S. Representative Al Green (D-Houston), State Representative Jarvis D. Johnson (D-Houston), and Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis (Precinct One) also honored Dominique with Certificates of Special Recognition acknowledging her commitment to civic leadership and dedicated service to the community.
About A. Philip Randolph Institute:
The A. Philip Randolph Institute is an organization for African-American trade unionists. APRI advocates social labor, and economic change at the state and federal level, using legal and legislative means. For more information visit: www.http://www.apri.org.