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Zerqa Abid, 53, of Columbus, Ohio, is the Founder and the Executive Director of MY Project USA. Zerqa learned about local Muslim girls being trafficked by a gang and she dropped everything else in her life to protect and empower youth and their families against drugs, gangs, violence and human trafficking.
MY Project USA is the largest Muslim Social Services Organization in Ohio now. It harnesses children's love of fun and recreations to keep them off the streets and onto the fields. It uplifts underprivileged, crime-ridden neighborhoods and strengthens abused, neglected, and underserved communities through social services and civic engagement.
Jamesetta Ferguson, 66, of Louisville, Kentucky, is the president and CEO of MOLO Village, CDC. MOLO Village is a grassroots organization committed to holistically addressing complex issues that Russell Neighborhood - a once thriving African American community - now experiences, including poverty, inadequate housing, limited food access, low educational attainment, and systemic racism.
As a pastor and community leader, Jamesetta knew there was effort needed to bring wholehearted wellness to Russell, the community of her childhood.
Sharron Rush, 72, from Austin, Texas, is the executive director and founding member of Knowbility. Knowbility's mission is to create an inclusive digital world for people with disabilities. The potential of technology to change people's lives became clear to Sharron as she studied mainframe computer languages in the 1970s and as she was inspired by civil rights activists and encouraged by people who did not give up in the face of what seemed insurmountable barriers.
Bill Toone, 66, from Escondido, California, is the founder of ECOLIFE Conservation. ECOLIFE Conservation's mission is to protect wildlife, natural resources, and the people who depend on them. After launching a conservation training program in Madagascar, the community Bill worked with were devastated by Cyclone Hudah and he vowed to do something different - to ensure conservationism weighed wildlife and humanity equally.
Imani Woody, 70, of Washington, DC, is the founder, president, and CEO of Mary's House for Older Adults. Mary's House for Older Adults, Inc. is committed to helping its local community by developing housing and inclusive environments that comprehensively address affordability and access and eliminate the constant worry of discrimination or even violence based upon the LGBTQ/SGL status of the individual.
In her personal experience as a caregiver, Imani dove into the world of senior care, and in that process realized that older adults among her LGBTQ+/SGL community lacked safe, and affordable housing.
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