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: Norristown Men Of Excellence, Re-Investing In Their HometownNMOE currently has 19 members, who are in their 30s and leaders in their respective dues.
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 Honors CBSPhilly GameChangers During Black History Month For Fourth YearFor the fourth 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.
Gamechanger: Kenneth Scott and Beech CompaniesThe Beech Companies includes a nonprofit, a bank, a real estate company, and a media organization. Together they are working to revitalize a North Central Philadelphia neighborhood.
Gamechanger: Jerome AllenPenn basketball coach Jerome Allen is opening the door to opportunity for young people.
Gamechanger: 'Miss Lenora' Thompson Lenora Thompson formed the "Boys Book Club" to provide reading coaching -- and other forms of support -- to young black men in Philadelphia.
Gamechanger: Anton MooreWhen Anton Moore, 29, saw a problem in his South Philadelphia neighborhood, he joined up with fellow community activists and decided to seek solutions.