Jeffrey Markley leads his 30-year-old agency into a new identity as the Positive Resource Center.
Madeleine Laird used to hunt heads for corporate America. Now she hunts heads of a furry kind.
Mark Coffee brings his expertise in the for-profit world to the United Way.
Debbie Meyer carries on the work at Erin's House.
Jessica Henry and the Allen County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals are a match made in heaven. The data, the people and the animals agree.
Steve Jarrell and Headwaters Counseling care for the city's most vulnerable.
Dr. L. Michael Spath expresses his concern for peace and his love of all the world's people through the Indiana Center for Middle East Peace.
Terri Farr and her sisterhood of healers are reaching out to accomplish more.
Miss Sally saw homelessness in her hometown and got to work making it better.
New AIDS Task Force Executive Director Lisa Terry still sees an unmet need for education.
Meet the family behind Blessings in a Backpack.
Tom Hogan has gotten over the initial shock of how lofty the Lifetime Sports Academy’s goals are, and he and the organization are celebrating its 15th year.
Catherine Hill, executive director of the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer, explains her role with a metaphor.
Diane Campbell and Fort Wayne’s Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 2204 work to keep summer safely afloat.
Sharon Pohly left one kind of big business for another, and she’s now CEO of our area’s Girl Scouts council, where the cookie business is only one (admittedly big!) way girls are learning to be leaders.
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Andrew Karn, Hillary Ritchart, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Andrew Karn, Hillary Ritchart and submitted
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Hillary Richart, Mariah Wynn and submitted.
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted