Her green thumb turns prison inmates into gardeners.
As a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters, she works to enlighten, encourage and empower young people.
As a school chaplain, she helps first and second-graders develop resilience and stick with school.
After years in corporate start-ups, she creates one for the forgotten women of her city.
A couple creates a business focused on construction and engineering education for youth.
A Vietnam-era vet dedicates his encore to the happiness of younger ones who went to war.
She makes videos promoting young global inventors, and investors are paying attention.
She spent six weeks studying geology, flora and fauna to become a volunteer national park ranger.
A Sunday school session inspires his encore bringing clean water to African villages.
His woodworking hobby becomes a service for people unable to afford caskets.
Moved by one vet’s story, this entrepreneur uses holistic therapies to help heal the trauma of war.
A Mississippi minister devotes his encore to rural poverty and the racism that feeds it.