Mary-Christine Sungaila to Receive Ellis Island Medal of Honor
Mary-Christine Sungaila of Haynes and Boone will receive the Ellis Island Medal of Honor this May.
The award is given by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations (NECO) to a U.S. immigrant or native-born citizen who has made significant contributions to their local communities, the nation, or the world, both through professional accomplishments and service to humanity.
The Ellis Island Medal of Honor ranks among the nation’s most prestigious awards. The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have officially recognized the Ellis Island Medals of Honor, and each year the recipients are listed in the Congressional Record.
Learn more about the Ellis Island Medal of Honor here.
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