Robert Emery Activist/philanthropist Robert Emery to receive Kuchling Award; actor Colman Domingo will also be honored FROM STAFF REPORTS Black Tie Dinner co-chairs Terry D.
Loftis and Regina Lyn Pierce announced this week that longtime Dallas activist Robert Emery will be receiving the 2022 Kuchling Humanitarian Award at the Black Tie Dinner in September.
And, they added, Black Tie will also be honoring actor Colman Domingo at the event. The announcements came Thursday night at Black Tie’s Summer Social, hosted by Park Place Motorcars.
The 41st annual Black Tie Dinner, presented by PNC Bank. will be held Sept. 24 at the Sheraton Dallas hotel. “Coming off of our record-breaking 40th dinner in 2021, where we distributed $1,450,000, our goal this year is to far surpass last year,” said Loftis, this year’s senior co-chair, noting that Black Tie officials are “so excited to welcome the North Texas LGBTQIA community, our many allies, and supporters to the 41st Black Tie Dinner, presented by our amazing partner PNC Bank.” Loftis continued, “Our work has become increasingly more impactful, and our beneficiaries need us more than ever as we collectively take on new challenges confronting our community.