Southwest Jewish Congress 

Yannick Tona

Charles D. Pulman

  • Attorney, Partner with Meadows, Collier, Reed, Cousins, Crouch and Ungerman, LLP
  • Founder, Why Israel Matters, Inc.; speaker, Jewish issues
  • Successful advocacy of anti-BDS Legislation in Texas
  • Volunteer, Ethiopian Project in Israel; passionate Zionist 

Rev. Charles Keen

Yannick Tona

  • Graduate, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth
  • Survivor, 1994 Rwandan genocide against Tutsi
  • Advocate against genocide and discrimination
  • Founder and CEO Global Institute for Youth

Crayton W. Webb.

Stan Golden Men of Action Awards

The Men of Action Awards are named in memory of Stan Golden, the Quintessential Man of Action.  Stan's professional career, personal activities and volunteer efforts on behalf of Southwest Jewish Congress and numerous other organizations, set the high standards for this prestigious award.


The SWJC Stan Golden Men of Action Awards recognize men from diverse disciplines and backgrounds in the DFW area who have distinguished themselves in the pursuit of positive social change and who have made an impact on our communities both as role models and trail blazers.  These Men of Action support the mission of SWJC, which includes celebrating American unity through cultural and multi-faith diversity in our community.

Charles D. Pulman

Galileo Jumaoas

Victor Arias, Jr.

  • Business & Community Leader, Sr. Client Partner, Korn Ferry
  • Co-Founder, North Hills School (Uplift) & National Society of Hispanic MBAs
  • Current Trustee, Catholic Foundation of Dallas and Emeritus Trustee, Stanford University
  • Corp. Board member, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen (2001-2016)

Crayton W. Webb

  • Business & Community Leader, Vice President, Mary Kay Inc.
  • Chairman, Men’s Auxiliary of Genesis Women’s Shelter, HeROs
  • Works to engage men in solving domestic violence issues
  • Vice Chair, YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas Board; Member, National Domestic Violence Hotline Board of Directors & the Arbor Day Foundation Board of Trustees

Henry Roseman

Victor Arias, Jr.

Reverend Charles Keen

  • Retired Episcopal minister
  • Co-Founder of the Gathering (church of the homeless)
  • Diocesan Overseer for the Open Table program, providing support for persons coming off the street or out of prison
  • Works with those in addiction recovery 

Henry Roseman

  • Student Washington University, St. Louis
  • Graduate DISD School for the Gifted and Talented
  • Took on “saving” Bachman Lake, generating media coverage
  • Advocated with City Council, Parks & Recreation, Trinity Watershed, Dallas Water Utilities for a multi-department study

Galileo Jumaoas

  • Community Organizer – charity fundraiser
  • Assists non-profit organizations for youth/orphans, refugees, the blind, victims of calamity disasters
  • President, Gtr. Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce
  • Works with refugees, minority groups, low to mid-income persons for start-ups and small businesses

Stan Golden

Victor Arias, Jr.

Texas Sized Event - Stan Golden Men of Action Awards


Thursday, October 19, 2017, 6:00pm - 8:30 pm

Eddie Deen's Ranch, 944 South Lamar, Dallas, Texas  75202

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2017 AWARD RECIPIENTS































2017 Future Men of Action Award Recipients












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PAST AWARD RECIPIENTS

Carl V. Crow

John A. Cuellar

Barry Epstein

Warren (Chip) Fagadau, M.D.

Dr. Terry J. Flowers

Gil Elan

Stan Golden*

Madan Goyal

Larry Goldstein

Madan Goyal

Richard W. Hutchins

Rev. Claude O. Maples

​Dr. Rodney T. Stapp*

​H. Ron White


 FUTURE MOA
Biko McMillan
S. Graham Rosen



*deceased