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Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal hosted its second annual awards event on Wednesday night.
Here are the first-place winners:
- Anti-Violence — Lawanda Horton-Sauter, Mission Incorporated
- Arts and Culture — Hal Real, Live Connections
- Civic Engagement — Kathleen Brown McHale, SPIN
- Community and Behavioral Health — Thea Taimanglo, Woods Services, Inc.
- Corporate — Julie Hancher, Green Philly
- Education — Jenny Bogoni, Free Library of Philadelphia (Read by 4th)
- Environment — Anna Shipp, Sustainable Business Network
- Foundation — Aarati Kasturirangan, Bread & Roses Community Fund
- Government — Aletha Akers, PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
- Healthy Communities — Dr. Tyra Bryant-Stephens, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
- Healthy Food and Food Access — Linda Samost, Sunday Suppers
- Higher Education — Uva C. Coles, Peirce College
- Housing and Community Development — Tina Pagotto, Bethesda Project
- Human Rights and Dignity — Oni Richard, African Family Health Organization
- Not-for-Profit— Sara L. Woods, Philadelphia Futures
- Public Policy — Karin Annerhed-Harris, The Alliance of Community Service Providers
- Race and Gender — Colleen Kelly Howard, Girls on the Run Philadelphia
- Social Enterprise — Rachel Ehrgood, Project HOME’s Art Program
- Social Mobility — Lisa Miccolis, The Monkey & The Elephant
See last year’s winners here.
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