Recipient of 2010 CBS Outstanding Contributor Award.

Recipient of 2008-2009 CBS Global Chinese Outstanding Leader Award.

Noel Brown is the former Director of the United Nations Environment Program, North American Regional office. Over the past two decades, Brown represented the United Nations Environment Program at a number of the major international conferences and negotiations on environment and development issues and on international law, including the historic Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, 1992. He has initiated numerous innovations in the service of the earth's environmental protection and sustainable development. He is a founding member of the Aspen Global Change Institute, the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives, and Indigenous Development International. Brown currently serves as President of the Friends of the United Nations, a non governmental organization dedicated to advancing the cause of the United Nations by mobilizing public support on its behalf and directing public attention to its major programs and achievements. He is a fellow of the World Academy of Arts and Sciences, Chairman of the International Institute for Peace through Tourism and Chairman of the Rene Dubos Center for Human Environments.





Recipient of the 2007 Gold Crown Trophy for Best Reputation in the category of beauty services.

Recipient of numerous beauty services. charities, and volunteer awards.


For years Richard Holober has been standing up for working families as an elected local college and school board member, health care leader and consumer advocate.





Beauty Island Skin Care, Inc. owner Windy 2011 receiving an outstanding achievement award from former US Ambassador to the United Nations Sichan Siv.


Sichan Siv is the international bestselling author of Golden Bones, an American dream story, published by HarperCollins. He was nominated by President George W. Bush in 2001 and unanimously confirmed by the Senate as a United States ambassador to the United Nations, serving until 2006. In June 2005, Ambassador Siv addressed the 60th anniversary of the U.N. in San Francisco, following a tradition set by former Presidents, starting with Truman in 1945. From 1989 to 1993, Ambassador Siv served as deputy assistant to President George Bush and as deputy assistant secretary of State. In the private sector, he has held positions in social services, educational exchange, financial management, and investment banking. Currently, he provides global strategic advice and gives motivational speeches around the USA and the world. Ambassador Siv holds a master of international affairs from Columbia University. He escaped Cambodia’s killing fi elds in 1976 and was resettled as a refugee in Wallingford, Connecticut. He and his wife, the former Martha Pattillo of Pampa, Texas, spend their time in San Antonio, New York, and beyond. He is a volunteer in several organizations, including the United States Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol with the rank of lieutenant colonel, and the San Antonio Aviation Police.