GameChangers: Christian Weatherbe, Transforming Lives By Giving Hope In A BagWhen Christian Weatherbe celebrated his 24th birthday two years ago, he didn't want a party. Instead, he wanted to help others.
GameChangers: Sylvester Mobley, Bringing Tech To The Inner CityPhiladelphia's technology industry is growing fast, with high salaries and big opportunities available for those interested to take advantage.
GameChangers: ATRA Y.E.S., Using Scuba To Expand Youth HorizonsThe Atlantic Rangers is a scuba diving club founded in the 1990s to bring together African American divers.
GameChangers: Teryn Thomas, Believing In Kids So They Believe In ThemselvesTeryn Thomas knew from the start she wanted to impact kids.
GameChangers: Good Works: Changing the Game One Home at a TimeGood Works is a Christian ministry that provides home repairs and renovations to more than 200 low-income Chester County families each year, for free.
GameChangers: Kaliek Hayes, Transforming Youth One Scene At A TimeKaliek Hayes is co-founder of 'Childhoods Lost,'a production aimed at making sure young people do not lose their childhood.
GameChangers: Sarah-Ashley Andrews, Saving Lives by Daring to HopeSarah-Ashley Andrews is a doer.
GameChangers: Kristal Bush, Reuniting Families Impacted By IncarcerationKristal Bush has early mornings, and late nights.
GameChangers: Mont Brown, Using Hip Hop To Help His Fellow ManLamont "Mont" Brown is a self-proclaimed hip-hop humanitarian using music to help his fellow man.
KYW Newsradio To Honor Community GameChangers Beginning 2/13For the fifth year in a row, KYW Newsradio 1060AM will highlight individuals who have “changed the game” for the African-American community in the Greater Philadelphia area during Black History Month.
KYW Honors GameChangers -- People Making A Difference In Local Black CommunityThey were recognized Wednesday night during KYW Newsradio's GameChanger's reception.
GameChangers: Judge Renee Cardwell HughesThe Red Cross Eastern Pennsylvania Region responds to disasters in 17 counties spanning from Delaware to New York.