Beth Misner Awarded for Philanthropic Work
One of the BNI Foundation’s founders has been recognized by the Austin Child Guidance Center for her dedication to children in the Austin Community. On August 18, at the 7th Annual Austin Originals Benefit Concert, Beth Misner was awarded the Community Activist Phyllis Richards Austin Icon for Children Award. The award is presented each year to recognize an individual for their contributions to, and engagement with, the community, which have resulted in positive changes for Austin’s children.
Beth Misner and her husband, BNI founder, Ivan Misner founded the BNI Foundation 20 years ago to support students, schools and educational organizations around the world. We extend a proud congratulation to Mrs. Misner on this prestigious award given in recognition of her volunteerism and philanthropic spirit.
Opened in 1951, the Austin Child Guidance Center works to improve the mental health of children and their families by providing early intervention, diagnosis and treatment. In the decades since it’s establishment, The Austin Child Guidance Center has provided treatment to more than 140,000 children and families.
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