GameChangers: Judge Renee Cardwell HughesThe Red Cross Eastern Pennsylvania Region responds to disasters in 17 counties spanning from Delaware to New York.
GameChangers: Ella Best, Standing Up Against Violence Starting In Her Own CommunityElla Best is a "get it done" type of person.
GameChangers: Valerie Crabbe, Changing The Game On Foster Care By Starting At HomeSuper Mom. It's a badge Valerie Crabbe wears proudly.
GameChangers: Isaiah Huff, Inspiring Others to Care About Sickle Cell AnemiaIsaiah Huff was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia as a baby and over the past seven years, he's been in and out of the hospital more than four dozen times. He is changing the game by giving.
GameChangers: Tawanda Jones, Using Dance To Transform Camden's ChildrenIf the Camden Sophisticated Sisters Drill Team had a body, Tawanda "Wawa" Jones would be the heart.
GameChangers: Tracey Fisher, Changing the Game on Re-Entry by LeadingTracey L. Fisher is on a mission to change the game on re-entry by leading by example.
GameChangers: John Clifford & City Team Ministries, Transforming By Feeding The Soul John Clifford, a chef who works as the food services coordinator at City Team Ministries, was once a recipient of the services that he now helps to provide.
GameChangers: Carol Bangura: Healing Trauma Through LiteracyBorn in Sierra Leone, Carol Bangura is founder of Schools Without Borders, an organization that provides education to girls who experienced trauma.
GameChangers: Tonie Willis: Impacting Lives Of Incarcerated WomenAfter a decade working in the music industry for folks like Teddy Pendergrass and years at as a manager at an airline, Tonie Willis saw a problem and decided to fix it.
KYW Newsradio Opens Nominations For 2014 Black History Month 'Gamechangers'Who do you know who has changed the Black community for the better this past year?
Gamechanger: Maria Pajil BattleOver the past few years, Battle has led the charge for creating faith-based programs that promote disease prevention and healthy lifestyles in underserved communities.
Gamechanger: Nikki Johnson-HustonSeeing her today, it's hard to believe that Nikki Johnson-Huston -- a tax attorney and antipoverty advocate -- was once homeless.