Secretary Clinton to Receive 2011 Marshall Foundation Award
The Marshall Foundation will honor Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton with the Marshall Foundation Award at a formal dinner to be held at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC on June 2, 2011.
The Marshall Foundation Award recognizes Secretary Clinton for a career of distinguished public service in the tradition of George C. Marshall, for her dignity and integrity of character, and, like her predecessor George C. Marshall, for her devotion to creating and perpetuating free and democratic institutions and promoting appropriate economic development that will allow them to flourish.
The George C. Marshall Award celebration will bring together 700 to 1,000 foreign and U.S. dignitaries, government officials, business leaders, friends and trustees of the Marshall Foundation, and special guests to honor Secretary of State Clinton.
Recipients of the George C. Marshall Foundation Award
The Honorable George H. W. Bush
The Honorable Robert W. Gates
The Honorable Lee H. Hamilton
The Honorable Helmut Kohl
The Honorable Colin Powell
Mr. David Rockefeller
Mr. Frederick W. Smith
The Honorable John W. Warner
George C. Marshall Foundation
The George C. Marshall Foundation, located in Lexington, Virginia, celebrates the example of George C. Marshall and inspires new leaders. With its museum, research library, and archives, the independent Marshall Foundation is the place where the values that shaped and motivated Marshall are kept alive. The Foundation perpetuates Marshall’s exemplary character and extraordinary accomplishments through its leadership, scholarship, statesmanship, and international programs.