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Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Carolyn Khan has been empowering children and adults through counseling for the past 15 years in her role as executive director of Bridges to a New Day in Romeoville.
The numbers confirm it in spades: Crime Stoppers of Bolingbrook has made the village a safer place to live since its inception in 2006.
For kennel manager Malorie Ernst, working for the Will County Humane Society has been a life-changing experience.
Senior Services Center of Will County Care Coordination Director Brianne Hetman focuses on the well-being of seniors throughout her community and the surrounding areas.
Joliet Public Schools District 86 Superintendent Theresa Rouse has enjoyed the interactions she has had with students during the past three years working for the district.
As vice president of economic development at the Will County Center for Economic Development (CED), Doug Pryor helps create jobs and drive investment throughout the county.
Dawn MacGregor has seen great things happen as the director of St. John Lutheran Church Food Pantry.
Michele Smith has been happily managing the workforce development department at Joliet Junior College (JJC) for over a year.
As president of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) for Will-Grundy Counties, Teena Mackey focuses on supporting individuals with mental illness.
Denise Winfrey is grateful to serve as Speaker of the Will County Board.
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Joliet Township High School District 204 Superintendent Cheryl McCarthy has enjoyed the personal interactions she has had for more than three decades working for the district.
Guardian Angel Community Services CEO Ines Kutlesa will be celebrating her 20th year with the organization in September.
Bryan Jones appreciates the fact that his job gives him a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction each day he puts on his Will County Animal Control officer's uniform.
Will County District 10 Board Member Gloria Dollinger loves being a voice for people who need help.
Joliet Township High School Board Vice President David Skorupa hopes to continue having a positive impact throughout the school district by serving a second term.
Daniel Acosta, a veteran service officer for the Veterans Assistance Commission of Will County (VACWC), started working for the agency after being severely wounded in combat during a 2005 deployment in Baghdad, Iraq.
Individuals and families in need of affordable housing in Will County have a strong advocate in Tina Pourroy, the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program manager at the Housing Authority of Joliet.
Assistant Fire Chief Joseph Cirelli has seen it all in nearly three decades with the Mokena Fire Protection District (MFPD).
In her role as community-based program manager at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Will and Grundy County, Samantha Godfrey helps provide at-risk youth with positive adult mentors.