Dallas KPMG Chief Receives Top Honor

C.H. Moore, head of the Dallas office of KPMG will receive the Anti-Defamation League's Henry Cohn award at a dinner on Thursday, Jan. 13 in Dallas.

The award marks the 23rd year it has been given to local community leaders. Moore is honored for his "distinguished service and leadership in preserving liberty, counteracting bigotry and advancing the cause of human rights, dignity and equal opportunity."

The Anti-Defamation League is a worldwide organization dedicated to raising awareness in human and civil rights' issues.

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