Jill Erin Eglé of New Orleans wants to change the world. She’s Read more »
Brandon McCullough of Anaconda, Mont., is a recipient of the “Yes I Read more »
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At one point, bullying led to a broken leg. But, no longer a victim of childhood bullying, Stephanie has developed into a strong self-advocate and leader.
A weekly routine, Stephanie reaches out to officers, deputies, troopers, U.S. Marshalls and more — she writes letters to connect. “I let officers know that
Dylan Kuehl, 32, young artist and businessman, and most importantly, my son, always dreamed of being a student at his local 4-year college
Family connection, living in Ethiopia and spending a lot of time in the outdoors has given Nick Roussos the wonderful gift of having plenty of interesting1