The Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award was presented by the Georgia Secretary of State. The award serves as the highest honor given on the state level to any citizen and affords the recipient every courtesy as a Goodwill Ambassador from the state of Georgia in travels to other states and nations beyond the United States. This recognition was awarded based on advocacy and goodwill contributions to the state of Georgia.
Georgia State University’s Outstanding Community Impact Award
The Georgia State University President’s Award for Community Service and Social Justice recognizes individuals who are making significant contributions to the greater Atlanta community through their outstanding commitment to service. Recipients of these prestigious awards have demonstrated the University’s philosophy and commitment to developing positive connections with the community to gain a better understanding of civic responsibility.
Georgia Trend Magazine's
40 Under 40
Presented by Georgia Trend; celebrating the state's best and brightest in business, government, nonprofits, education, healthcare, banking and professional sports.
The Phoenix Award is the highest honor given by the city of Atlanta. It has been presented to Taos Wynn by the office of Atlanta Mayor, Keisha Bottoms, on behalf of the people of Atlanta, recognizing Taos for exceptional leadership, advocacy, and philanthropic contributions to the city of Atlanta.
Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award for Volunteer Service (2-Times)
Presented by the Office of the United States President and Corporation for National and Community Service. This honor is awarded for a commitment to building a stronger nation through volunteer service. (2016, 2018)
Daily Point of Light Award
The Daily Point of Light Award celebrates the power of the individual to spark change and improve the world. This recognition was established by President George H.W. Bush during his presidency.The Daily Point of Light Award recognizes extraordinary volunteers who are donating their time and talent to better their communities.