Rescheduled: October 1, 2020
For the first time ever, the Luminary Award will join forces with the Global Security Forum 2020 for one powerful week of events. On Thursday, October 1, we will have the honor of celebrating the local, national, and global leadership of Paul Bucha, Recipient of the Medal of Honor. All sponsorships and tickets will be transferred.
The Luminary Award was created to honor remarkable individuals who have had a profound impact on global affairs, with an emphasis on the betterment of the world.
Join us to celebrate national hero and Connecticut champion, Paul Bucha, recipient of the Medal of Honor.
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Luminary Award History
2004 – Harry Jack Gray, former Chairman of UTC –keynote The Honorable Alexander Haig
2005 – University of CT UNESCO Chair, keynote — keynote President Mary Robinson
2006 – Save the Children, keynote — keynote Cokie Roberts
2007 – Connecticut’s Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans — keynote General Eric Shinseki
2008 – ESPN International in recognition of their role in global sports diplomacy — keynote Chris Berman
2010 – Former Secretary of State, Dr. Henry Kissinger
2011 – Association of Hole in the Wall Camps
2012 – Nobel Peace Prize Committee
2013 – Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation—A leading global innovator
2014 – AmeriCares — keynote Ambassador Robert Ford
2015 – Peter G. Kelly, Esq. — keynote Senator Mark Warner of Virginia
2016 – Aerospace Components Manufacturers — keynote Colonel Mark Tillman
2017 – United Technologies (UTC) — keynote Dr. Robert Ballard
2018 – Yale Cancer Center
2019 – Stanely Black and Decker