Patricia Foley Hinnen

Patricia Foley Hinnen

More than half a lifetime ago, as a Peace Corps volunteer in Monrovia, Liberia, Patricia Foley Hinnen witnessed a horror that she couldn’€™t comprehend -€” which ignited a passion to help level the economic playing field for women around the world. Hinnen was...
Rev. Belle Mickelson

Rev. Belle Mickelson

On a perfect blue-sky day in May, in the fishing town of Cordova, Alaska, a small group of schoolchildren gathered outside Baja Taco, a popular food stand housed in an old red bus. They didn’t join the locals eating halibut tacos at picnic tables. Instead, they...
Ann Higdon

Ann Higdon

Ann Higdon knows the despair of going nowhere. Homeless as a kid, she grew up with no love for learning and little hope. It took just one teacher’s kind words to drive Higdon to try harder and finish school. Through the years, she has convened a chorus of...