Ammann works to prevent and treat HIV by supplying life-saving drugs and addressing the root causes of HIV transmission in the world’s poorest and most dangerous areas.
Through central Virginia’s only pediatric hospice and palliative care program, Archuleta makes end-of-life care for terminally ill children more humane, while supporting grieving parents.
Hull and Beach are providing comfort, dignity and quality end-of-life care to terminally ill children – while considering their families’ needs – in a lively, homelike setting.
Bergmark is helping to break the cycle of poverty and racism in Mississippi through a nonprofit, public interest law firm committed to advancing racial and economic justice.
Cuaron helps Spanish-speaking, low-income immigrants successfully integrate into U.S. society by providing culturally relevant education and support services.
Curtis is working to improve public health and reduce environmental stress in the developing world by replacing traditional fuel sources with solar ovens.
Donohue is opening the doors to higher education for inner-city youths, providing them with the academic, financial and community support they need to succeed.
Ellerbe prepares prisoners for finding jobs, managing money, becoming better parents and avoiding substance abuse to keep the offenders from returning to prison.
Engel has created “trust networks” made up of partner organizations, police and public officials in Russia to rescue teenage girls from being sold into prostitution.
Through a community-focused nonprofit she co-created, Fair helps young black males succeed academically and gain valuable life skills that will serve them into adulthood.