Recent Profiles

Jack Oehm Found Renewed Purpose As A Tunnel To Towers Foundation Volunteer

By Angela Nicholas | October 4, 2020

When Jack Oehm retired from his job as a Fire Department of New York battalion commander Oct. 29, 2012, he felt at loose ends. Then Hurricane Sandy happened — a […]

With Little More Than A Name And Idea, Monica Caison Birthed The CUE Center

By Angela Nicholas | September 11, 2020

There may be numerous reasons why Monica Caison has spent the last 26 years volunteering almost every waking minute of her time advocating for missing children and adults and providing […]

Through Philanthropy Dadjie Saintus Strives To Be A ‘Change Agent’

By Emma Claire Everett | August 23, 2020

Dadjie Saintus endeavors to create opportunity in the lives of children that need it. As the philanthropy officer for UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) USA in Washington, D.C., Dadjie uses […]

Spirit Of Deceased Son Guides Portrait Artist Theresa Clower’s Hand

By Angela Nicholas | August 13, 2020

Theresa Clower had never drawn portraits before her son, Devin, joined the hundreds of thousands of lives lost to the American opioid epidemic. The overpowering grief of Devin’s death, she […]

Dr. Justin Dick’s Specialized Scoliosis Treatment Brings Patients Hope

By Emma Claire Everett | August 4, 2020

Justin Dick, DC, acts as a light in the lives of his patients through his specialized chiropractic treatment of scoliosis. As a CLEAR (Chiropractic, Leadership, Educational, Advancement and Research) certified […]

Sapphire Hall Provides Education And Creative Awareness To Students

By Emma Claire Everett | July 23, 2020

Sapphire Hall strives to be a leader in her community as a committed student and passionate volunteer. Founder of Creative Flow, a nonprofit that provides free educational materials to students […]