Tom Black was awarded the Jim Woodruff Jr. Memorial Award at the annual meeting of the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce.
"His service to the community has touched a broad range of our citizens making the Columbus region a better place to live and work," said Stella Shulman, chair of the chamber.
Black was administrator of the Bradley-Turner Foundation from 1999-2006. He currently serves as co-chair for Brookstone School's capital campaign and as a board member of Valley Interfaith Promise Homeless Ministry.
Judges consider personal and professional achievement as well as community service and contributions when choosing a recipient. Past recipients of the award include John B. Amos, Gunby Jordan, A.J. McClung, Bill Heard, James D. Yancey, Marvin R. Schuster and James Blanchard.