In and out of the classroom, her time teaching American Sign Language has had a profound impact on every life that she's touched.
A former mechanical engineer, this passionate and inspiring high school math teacher was recently named St. Johns County Teacher of the Year.
Innovation is often fueled by personal struggle. That was certainly the case for the founder at CEO of Pink Stork.
Along with her team, the CEO of the Betty Griffin Center is fighting for and giving a voice to the survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in St. Johns County and beyond.
Watching his team teach thousands of children about winning, losing, and being a good citizen, the Executive Director of PAL realizes how fortunate he is to have been afforded opportunities for success.
During a tragedy and in the wake of the aftermath, victims are never alone. Victim Advocates like Colette are there to make the struggle just a little bit easier.
The voice on the other end of the phone is the lifeline for citizens in emergency situations. That's why 911 dispatchers like Christie Taylor are the "first responder's first responder."
This county's ability to bounce back after the disaster a year ago is thanks in large part to the talents of the Director of Emergency Management and her love for St. Augustine.
A dramatic move from the harsh winters of Boston to the tropical sunshine of Florida was no reason to settle down for a slow retirement. This former barber is using his skills to offer a much-needed helping hand.
2016's Paramedic of the Year is no stranger to recognition for his dedicated work as a paramedic and firefighter for St. Johns County. But it's been no easy journey.