Announcing the 2013 Harvardwood Heroes Grant Winners!

Harvardwood is delighted to announce the 2013 Harvardwood Heroes (HH) grant winners! The HH grant program aims to spotlight and support those members of Harvardwood that have made or plan to make an exceptional contribution to the community, specifically at the intersection of arts and service. The following Heroes exemplify the mission of Harvardwood, demonstrating the power and purpose of the arts, media, and entertainment.

The 2013 HH grant winners are:

Robyn Abraham – In the interest of promoting social justice, Robyn has been successfully ‘translating law, business and finance’ to television, documentary films and social media for more than a decade. She is producing a documentary entitled KIDS FOR CASH, which tells the tragic story of how several American States are drugging and experimenting on children for multimillion-dollar profit.
Los Angeles, CA

Dr. Mari Hamill – Mari is an engaged volunteer with two art/community organizations – LA’s Best and Inside Out Community Arts. Building upon her work organizing benefits, speaking with youth about college life and academic goals, and helping children develop creative work, Mari will utilize this grant to develop an outreach project for Inside Out Community Arts.
Los Angeles, CA

D. Dona Le – A longtime Harvardwood Highlights profile writer and the Co-Chapter Head of the Chicago Chapter, Dona also works with the Westside Writing Project (WWP), a youth enrichment program that uses journalism and digital media as tools for personal transformation and civic engagement.
Chicago, IL

Lisa Wong – Lisa integrates the arts into medical education through her work with the Committee for the Arts & Humanities at Harvard Medical School. This committee encourages faculty, students and staff involved in the arts & humanities to explore ways to incorporate their art into medical education, personal advancement and patient care.
Cambridge, MA

Congratulations to our 2013 HH winners!

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