Board Chair Philip Henry Nominated for “Men of Excellence” Award by Michigan Chronicle

Honor Community Health Board Chair Philip Henry has been recognized for a prestigious award by the Michigan Chronicle.

The Michigan Chronicle Men of Excellence Awards recognizes local African-American men who inspire others through their vision, leadership, exceptional achievements, and participation in community service. Philip will receive the award on August 2nd at the Motor City Casino in Detroit.

Philip Henry is the Community Development Relationship Manager at Fifth Third Bank. He assists in managing the bank’s Community Reinvestment Act efforts, which includes, charitable giving, economic development for underserved communities, and lending in urban and rural markets. He received the MPCA Award for Board Member of the Year in 2017 for his role as chair for Honor Community Health.

More about the Award:

The Michigan Chronicle Men of Excellence Award recognizes African-American men who exemplify extraordinary stature, poise and integrity who continue to break the mold and affect change in their professions and community. These men influence those around them to go beyond the norm and strive for greatness. They are champions of our economic empowerment and diversity, the backbone of our business, religious and educational organizations, and driving forces in politics and service. In 2019, 50 new honorees will join the exclusive society of 600+ professionals who have previously received this distinction.

The Men of Excellence Awards and Induction Ceremony is an elegant evening that commemorates the successes of our most influential African-American men, attracting nearly 1,000 accomplished tastemakers, influencers, executives, heroes, and decision-makers from Southeast Michigan.

The event will be hosted on August 2nd at Motor City Casino. You can learn more and purchase tickets at: