Adams organizes communities to revitalize and sustain economically diverse neighborhoods.
Agrawal has brought potable water – rain from rooftops – to thousands of villagers in his native India through technical knowledge and cultural understanding.
Allen’s organization engages students in the giving process by using their artwork to raise money to buy art supplies for their public schools, which have limited resources for art instruction.
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.
Ammann saves the lives of women and children in the world’s most dangerous and poorest countries through HIV prevention, treatment and care.
Using arts and culture to drive regional economic and civic development.
Anderson uses creative arts therapy to help heal adults and children traumatized by war, violence and natural disasters.
Building libraries in Central America to promote better lives.
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.
Preparing urban youth to become global citizens.
Bacon transformed Refugees International into a leading voice for peacekeeping, developing sustained, focused initiatives – rather than jumping from crisis to crisis, as in the past.
Improving schools by empowering teachers as decision-makers.
Engaging high school students through the creative process to curb underage drinking.
Preventing injuries to children through community coalitions.
Since his son was shot to death, Barnes has developed proactive programs to understand and curb gun and youth violence.
Barrett supports documentaries coupled with education campaigns to bring public attention to social problems, including sexual trafficking and torture.
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.
Using public television to provoke civil discourse and community engagement.
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.
Putting the public in public health
Berry offers holistic and humane care to people with dementia, especially those who exhibit aggressive behavior.
Creating collaboration and dialogue to save the environment.
Nurturing long-term thinking and long-term responsibility
Helping needy families with merchandise and legislative action.
A former judge, Bridge brings stability to the lives of youths in Washington’s child welfare and juvenile justice systems, through innovative programs.