This year’s honorees are Joanne Berryman, Provost, Spalding University; Pamela Greenwell, Partner, Seiller Waterman LLC; Carol Heideman, Community Volunteer and Activist; Alice Houston, President, Houston-Johnson Inc.; and Surekha Kulkarni., Executive Director, Beaded Treasures Project.Tom Fitzgerald, Director of the Kentucky Resources Council, was honored with the Joan E. This honor is awarded to an individual whose work exemplifies a deep commitment to social and economic justice.KRC is a non-profit environmental advocacy organization providing free legal, strategic and policy assistance to individuals, organizations and communities concerning environmental quality and resource extraction issues.
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(HJI) Supply Chain Solutions and became President and CEO in January, 2005.
During the ensuing years, HJI became a preferred supplier of material fulfillment, sequencing, assembling, and logistic services, and in 2011 was nominated by Ford Motor Company and subsequently won the 2011 TSMSDC “ Aside from her business interests, Alice enjoys working in the community.
LOCAL INDIVIDUALS HONORED DURING THE CENTER FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES’ 2017 CELEBRATION OF SERVICE & SURVIVAL LOUISVILLE – KY, February 24, 2017 –The Center for Women and Families honored five Women of Distinction and presented the Joan E.
Thomas Lifetime Award for Peacemaking at the 30,” says Miranda.
She volunteers at Kentucky Refugee Ministries, Catholic Charities, Volunteers of America, The Learning Disabilities Association and any place where “that extra help” is needed.
Tom Fitzgerald Tom “Fitz” Fitz Gerald has been Director of the Kentucky Resources Council since 1984.
Joanne has served on many community boards to include the University of the Louisville Board of Overseers, Spalding University Board of Trustees, and the Rotary Club of Louisville.
She is currently a member of the Executive Committees of Hosparus of Louisville and Health Enterprise Network Boards.
Alice Houston Alice Houston began a long and successful association and career at the University of Louisville. She left the University of Louisville to join a series of family businesses which collectively became the second largest minority owned company in the United States, and the largest minority owned transportation company in North America during the 1990’s.
In July 2001, Alice divested of her interests to concentrate her attention to developing Houston-Johnson Inc.
Outside of the court she has used her legal skills to help immigrant families land, negotiate and close on housing.