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2019 Nefertiti Awards Banquet

June 22, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Cincinnati Music Hall

$35.00 – $350.00
Cincinnati Nefertiti Awards
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Photo provided by Cincinnati Herald’s press release

Showcase your royalty as the Cincinnati Herald highlights local women who shine during the Cincinnati Nefertiti Awards.


The Cincinnati Herald is gearing up for the Cincinnati Nefertiti Awards to honor local inspiring women. These women are said to exemplify the wisdom and inner beauty of the ancient African Queen Nefertiti. Also, these extraordinary women are positive examples in their community. The women are as follows:


  • Anzora Adkins
  • Shirley Easley
  • Shelley Jefferson Hamler, Ph.D.
  • Renee Mahaffey Harris
  • Bonnie Fletcher Newland
  • Gayle Renfro
  • Stephanie Smith
  • Nita Walker, M.D.


The Cincinnati Nefertiti Awards individual tickets are only $35.00. Table tickets are $350.00 for 8 seats. All tickets are available for purchase online. Be sure to print your ticket at home and present it at the door.
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The schedule of events is as follows:

11 a.m. – Vendors and music by FAOx2.

12 p.m. – 2 p.m. –Lunch and an inspiring program including the music and mime ministry from New Prospect Baptist Church. Entertainment will include Tyshawn Colquitt from NBC’s hit television show, “The Voice,” Joseph Parrish from the new opera, “Blind Injustice,” vocalist Cynthia Shropshire, and more. Keynote speaker Tyra Patterson will inspire you with her story of perseverance after she spent 23 years in prison for robbery and murder for crimes that she did NOT commit. WLW TV 5 news anchor Courtis Fuller will be the debonair MC.


Guests may choose to wear African or ethnic attire, but it is not a requirement. The presenting sponsors include UC Health and UC Health’s Vice President Christie Bryant Kuhns, Esq. For additional information, call The Cincinnati Herald at 888-990-7374 ext. 600.


Do you still have questions before purchasing your tickets? Here is a list of frequently asked questions that may help:

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking is available in the garage that sits under Washington Park. In addition, you may park across the street from Music Hall, as well as parking lots near Music Hall. Furthermore, on-street metered parking is available.


What is the refund policy?
Due to the nature of the event, unfortunately, there are no refunds.

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