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Pictured above is Orrin with FBI Director, James B. Comey.

Orrin Hudson received the highest award a community leader can get, The Distinguished Community Leader Award.

  • 2016 – Toastmaster’s Community Leadership Award
  • 2014 – Non-Profit Trinity Award
  • 2013 – FBI Distinguished Community Leader Award
  • 2012 – National Dr. Martin Luther King Award
  • 2007 – Toastmasters International Communication and Leadership Award
  • 2007 – Find Your Way Award for Outstanding Leadership
  • 2006 – Urban Professional Outstanding Community Service Award
  • 2006 – Twinkie award for postcard communication
  • 2006 – Coached Project Destiny to win State Title in Chess
  • 2005 – Hands on Atlanta: Social Entrepreneur Award
  • 2005 – Ironstone Bank Community Leader Award
  • 2005 – Hands on Atlanta Volunteer Service Award
  • 2005 – Black Enterprise: Everyday Hero Award
  • 2005 – NAACP Community Service Award
  • 2005 – National Self-Esteem Award
  • 2005 – Harvard Law Students Community Service Award
  • 2005 – NBC 11Alive Good People Award
  • 2005 – Coached Jordan Chappell to win DeKalb Salute Award
  • 2004 – Proclamation from DeKalb County CEO, Vernon Jones
  • 2004 – Proclamation from the Mayor of Lithonia
  • 2004 – Atlanta Braves/ Piedmont Hospital Community Leader Award
  • 2004 – TBS Superstation Pathfinder Award for Education
  • 2004 – Beacon of Hope Award
  • 2004 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award
  • 2003 – National Leadership Award
  • 2003 – Coached Benteen Elementary to 3 straight APS chess championships
  • 2003 – Turknett Leadership Character Award
  • 2002 – Goody’s Community Service Award
  • 2000 – Resolution from Mayor of Birmingham
  • 2000 – Lowest Seed City-Wide Chess Champion
  • 1999 – Lowest Seed City-Wide Chess Champion