A 1983 Sullivan Award recipient at Alice Lloyd College, this special-needs teacher and Special Olympics volunteer tries to make sure no child gets picked last for a team on the playground.
As a student at Rollins College, this Sullivan Award recipient was so determined to take a group of activists to a human rights march in St. Pete, she taught herself to drive a school bus.
“I always found it weird that the tights and jazz shoes didn’t match my skin color,” said Biggs, a dancer and past Sullivan Award recipient from Elon University. “But you should go that extra mile to stand out and be yourself."
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This Sullivan Award recipient from the University of the Cumberlands overcame generalized anxiety disorder and freed herself from the corporate world to build a business she loves, Amanda's Treasure Dungeon.
Working with children in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya, sparked this Sullivan Award recipient's passion for social work and breaking the cycle of systemic poverty.
A 2020 Sullivan Award winner and Coker University alumnus, Matthews’ work with Rotary International has taken her around the world on a mission to eradicate hunger and polio.
"If you throw your life into helping others, happiness will perch on your shoulder. Happiness is a byproduct of servanthood," says the 2001 Sullivan Award recipient from Lincoln Memorial University.
As a fighter for the rights of disadvantaged communities, this Rhodes College graduate says his political activism “has energized and focused my service life.”
A passionate supporter of the arts, this Elon University graduate has coped with "fleeting bouts of imposter syndrome" on her way to becoming a "fierce female leader" and changemaker in her community.
This Wofford College alumnus and Sullivan Award recipient chose a career in HR because "human capital is an organization's greatest asset, and, hence, I wanted to have an influence and impact on people."