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Christene Moss to Receive Public Service Award for Dedication to the Fort Worth Community

Christene Chadwick Moss, who serves as Second Vice President and District 3 Trustee on the Fort Worth ISD Board of Education, will receive an award for public service this summer from the Raising the Standard Foundation and the Beta Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Mrs. Moss will be recognized for her work in the Fort Worth community at the “Glitz, Glam and All That Jazz Brunch” hosted by the two organizations on June 30. Mrs. Moss will be one of several Fort Worth area honorees at the award brunch. The event will also raise funds for local scholarships.

The objective of Raising the Standard Foundation, established in 2014, is to enhance the educational development for underprivileged and at-risk students; provide financial assistance to college-bound students; and sponsor programs that will prepare high school seniors to become productive citizens and further their education. Beta Mu Omega was chartered in Fort Worth in 1936 and focuses on humanitarian services, volunteerism and financial contributions to enhance the Fort Worth community and the lives of its citizens. The organization has a long history of supporting public education.

At the award event, Mrs. Moss will receive the Community Impact Award for her diligence in representing the interests of the marginalized.

Mrs. Moss was first elected to the Board of Education in 1990. She serves on many boards and dedicates her time to numerous community organizations, including Texas Association of School Boards (TASB), Texas Caucus of Black School Board Members, Historic Rosedale Park Association,

Texas Wesleyan Advisory Dual Credit Board, Aviation Advisory Board at Dunbar High School, and more. 


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