2010 Annual Champion: Jessica Kelley
Mission work in Jamaica, feeding the hungry in Toledo, building homes through Habitat for Humanity — there isn't much that Jessica Kelley doesn't do to help others. As a student at UT, Kelley lead multiple organizations and still found time to volunteer for dozens of causes. Read more
Karen Hoblet - January
Karen Hoblet works tirelessly with the Parkinson Foundation, raising money in the hopes of providing the best care to those, like her father, who have Parkinson's disease.
Joseph Mold - March
During the weekends, Joseph Mold spends his time helping to transport and coach autistic and mentally challenged children in the Toledo Area Challenged Athletic League.
Susan Andrews - April
Susan Andrews volunteers for Gliding Stars, a program that helps those who are developmentally challenged learn skills and socialize with one another through ice skating.
Kristin Schaber - May
Kristin Schaber served for two years on the executive board of Dance Marathon, an event that helps raise money and awareness for the Mercy Children's Hospital in Toledo.
Nancy Ellis - June
Nancy Ellis volunteers for several things on campus, including helping students move in and planning events. She is best known by her colleagues for her personal acts of kindness.
Tracee Ellis - July
Tracee Ellis started a program at UT called Rocket Re-entry, where she helped adult learners set up their classes, UTAD accounts and more to make them feel welcome.
Paul Webb - August
Along with others from his fraternity, Paul Webb biked across the country in the Journey of Hope, participating in different events to raise awareness for those with disabilities.
Mary Kathleen Gilley - September
As a counselor, Mary Kathleen Gilley volunteers her spare time to provide counseling at Family House, Women Blessing Women, the YMCA Battered Women's Shelter, and more.
Joan Griffith - October
In January 2010, Dr. Joan Griffith founded the LEAP program at UTMC with the goal of teaching adolescents and children about eating healthy and living healthy lifestyles.
Courtney Clements - December
For four years, Courtney Clements did Alternative Spring Break, where she spent her time in St. Louis helping with Hurricane Katrina recovery — both cleaning and rebuilding.