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Toson Knight, President and Founder of Caught Up Mentoring

Toson Knight, President and Founder of Caught Up Mentoring

Celebrating a year of servicing Detroit’s youth, Caught Up Mentoring has already helped 150 kids through four programs and has no plans of slowing down

August 2016
Alison Vaughn, Founder of Jackets for Jobs

Alison Vaughn, Founder of Jackets for Jobs

For 16 years, Jackets for Jobs has helped Detroiters who need it most, find clothes to help them get employment and improve their lives

July 2016
Kimberly Newberry, President and CEO of Developing Kingdoms In Different Stages

Kimberly Newberry, President and CEO of Developing Kingdoms In Different Stages

Despite her own life challenges, Kimberly Newberry has persevered and committed herself to making a difference in the lives of local kids.

June 2016
David Sampson, CEO of Mariners Inn Human Services

David Sampson, CEO of Mariners Inn Human Services

Since its founding in 1925, Mariners Inn has helped thousands of homeless Detroiters recover from substance abuse and addiction

May 2016
Kalyn Risker, Founder and Executive Director of Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment

Kalyn Risker, Founder and Executive Director of Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment

Through workshops and one-on-one work, SAFE helps survivors of domestic violence gain the skills needed to reenter the workforce, manage budgeting and their personal finances

April 2016
Kirk Mayes, CEO of Forgotten Harvest

Kirk Mayes, CEO of Forgotten Harvest

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, almost 15 percent of Michigan households struggle with getting food on the table. Forgotten Harvest has been tackling this issue, along with food waste issues, since 1990.

March 2016
Samantha White, Founder and Artistic Director of Shakespeare in Detroit

Samantha White, Founder and Artistic Director of Shakespeare in Detroit

Dedicated to diversity and bridging the gap between communities, Shakespeare in Detroit produces shows around metro Detroit—and reminds us of the importance of art.

February 2016
Khary Turner, Executive Director of the Coleman A. Young Foundation

Khary Turner, Executive Director of the Coleman A. Young Foundation

It's all about improving the prospects of young Detroiters and the city itself. That's the mission of the Coleman A. Young Foundation that starts teaching kids as young as 11 how to make the most of their life—from eating well to getting an education.

January 2016
Debora Matthews, President and CEO of The Children's Center

Debora Matthews, President and CEO of The Children's Center

With a diverse offering of child care services and programs that helps kids learn and heal issues with family, The Children's Center, founded in 1929, continues to build a stronger Detroit by focusing on the city's future—the children.

December 2015
Sheilah P. Clay, President and CEO of Neighborhood Service Organization

Sheilah P. Clay, President and CEO of Neighborhood Service Organization

Located inside the historic Michigan Bell Building in Detroit and now in its 60th year of operation, the Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO) continues to change lives through its offering of varied human services, including the 'Housing First' model, which battles homelessness.

November 2015

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