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Sandra Epps: Founder, Executive Director of SHE'S Empowered

Sandra Epps: Founder, Executive Director of SHE'S Empowered

From her struggles with lupus, this Detroiter found a passion in empowering women. Help raise awareness for lupus at the Butterfly Bash on May 17, 2015.

May 2015
Kalimah Johnson, Executive Director of the SASHA Center

Kalimah Johnson, Executive Director of the SASHA Center

Through her work at the Sexual Assault Services for Holistic Healing and Awareness, this native Detroiter gives victims a voice.

April 2015
Susan Taylor, Literacy Specialist at Detroit Reads!

Susan Taylor, Literacy Specialist at Detroit Reads!

Started in 2008, the Detroit Public Library's Detroit Reads! program helps bridge metro Detroit's adult literacy gap.

March 2015
Charles Ezra Ferrell, Founder of the Liberation Film Series

Charles Ezra Ferrell, Founder of the Liberation Film Series

For three years, this series at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit brings the community together to watch and discuss educational films and history.

February 2015
Michael Steinback, Executive Director of Detroit CARES

Michael Steinback, Executive Director of Detroit CARES

This local affiliate of the National CARES Mentoring Movement has hopes of connecting Black mentors with Black youth to make a difference in Detroit.

January 2015
Winona Bynum, Manager of Youth and Nutrition Programs at Gleaners Community Food Bank

Winona Bynum, Manager of Youth and Nutrition Programs at Gleaners Community Food Bank

Gleaners is known for helping the hungry in metro Detroit and, as part of that endeavor, Bynum helps fill local kids' bellies with healthy foods.

December 2014
Devita Davison, Chief Cultivator at FoodLab Detroit

Devita Davison, Chief Cultivator at FoodLab Detroit

How she found a passion in helping local food entrepreneurs after coming back to Detroit after Hurricane Sandy.

November 2014
Sharlonda Buckman, CEO of Detroit Parent Network

Sharlonda Buckman, CEO of Detroit Parent Network

Buckman and her group are empowering Detroit parents in their communities and in their kids' schools.

October 2014
Cecelia Sharpe, Founder of Urban Stringz II Youth Ensemble

Cecelia Sharpe, Founder of Urban Stringz II Youth Ensemble

The music educator found her passion in working with kids, and now she is sharing her love for song and instruments with a youth program in Detroit.

September 2014
Tonya Allen, President and CEO of the Skillman Foundation

Tonya Allen, President and CEO of the Skillman Foundation

At the helm of the Skillman Foundation, she continues to make Detroit a great place for its current families and future residents.

August 2014

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