CHINO, Calif. — Susan Colvin is the recipient of the Free Speech Coalition Legacy Award.
A pioneer, CEO and Free Speech Coalition (FSC) advocate, Colvin was recognized by her peers for her many accomplishments, hard work, contributions, dedication and the vital impact she’s made in the adult industry.
“Words can’t express how honored I am to receive the Legacy Award,” says Colvin. “The evening was spectacular. I was surrounded by so many dear friends, colleagues, family — and friends and colleagues who feel like family — it was a great night. I thank Diane Duke and the FSC board of directors for bestowing me with the Legacy Award.”
Past recipients for the FSC Legacy Award include Harry Mohney, Larry Flynt and Eddie Wedelstedt.
Diane Duke, Executive Director of the Free Speech Coalition, says, “Susan Colvin serves as an inspiration to everyone in the industry. She’s given and sacrificed so much to make the adult industry what it is today. Congratulations on receiving the Legacy Award, Susan, your legacy is truly stellar and shines as a guiding beacon for us all to follow.”
Held at the Sofitel Hotel in Beverly Hills, the FSC Awards were in conjunction with the organization’s Leadership Summit. Earlier in the day Colvin also participated in the “If I Knew Then What I Know Now” panel discussion, which featured Greg Clayman, Paul Fishbein, Alec Helmy and Steven Hirsch.