- February 29, 2020
The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center recognized three local mentors and leaders during its annual Collaboration Celebration at Michael's On East on Feb. 28.
The organization — which provides housing for local nonprofits and agencies helping people in need — brought hundreds of supporters to the Michael's ballroom to celebrate local figures who have provided mentorship and positive change in their communities.
This year's honorees were Venice Theatre's assistant director of education and community engagement Kelly Duyn, assistant director of high school mentorship nonprofit Faces of Accomplishment Dana LeBlanc and community health worker at CenterPlace Health Tiona Settles. The honorees were recommended by peers and each were selected by a panel of judges.
The trio accepted their awards before the audience heard from Executive Director Charlene Altenhain during lunch.