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Level A – Platinum

John Gilmore Riley – Founding Partner
Born a slave in Leon County but went on to become principal of Lincoln Academy and a pillar of Tallahassee’s black community.


Level B – Gold

Abraham Lincoln Lewis
Named for a founder of the Afro American Life Insurance Company, Jacksonville, Florida January 15, 1901; the first life insurance company in Florida.


Level C – Silver

Mary McCleod Bethune
Named for the founder of Bethune Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Florida. The school was initially established as a school for Negro women, later becoming coed.


Level D – Bronze

Gwen Sawyer Cherry
Named for the first black woman to serve in the Florida State Legislature.


Annual Benefits: Plaque acknowledging support-organization cited
  • Contributions to support the activities of the network should be made payable to the Riley Museum and designated “Florida Network” for receipt of a tax-deduction.
  • Prominently listed on the statewide conference and other meeting banners
  • Listed on the Riley web site
  • Listed in all Riley Center/Museum and Network Publications
  • Listed in The FAAHPN Network News


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