Angela Nicholas

Former Navy SEAL Craig Sawyer Is Passionate To End Child Trafficking ‘Epidemic’

By Angela Nicholas | November 19, 2020

Craig “Sawman” Sawyer has led an interesting life that placed him in situations that would put the fear of God in most people. He served his country in the U.S. […]

Jack Oehm Found Renewed Purpose As A Tunnel To Towers Foundation Volunteer

By Angela Nicholas | October 4, 2020

When Jack Oehm retired from his job as a Fire Department of New York battalion commander Oct. 29, 2012, he felt at loose ends. Then Hurricane Sandy happened — a […]

With Little More Than A Name And Idea, Monica Caison Birthed The CUE Center

By Angela Nicholas | September 11, 2020

There may be numerous reasons why Monica Caison has spent the last 26 years volunteering almost every waking minute of her time advocating for missing children and adults and providing […]

Spirit Of Deceased Son Guides Portrait Artist Theresa Clower’s Hand

By Angela Nicholas | August 13, 2020

Theresa Clower had never drawn portraits before her son, Devin, joined the hundreds of thousands of lives lost to the American opioid epidemic. The overpowering grief of Devin’s death, she […]

Volunteering Fills A Special Place In Debbie Krumrei’s Heart

By Angela Nicholas | June 20, 2020

Debbie Krumrei gets emotional talking about Safelight and what the organization’s programs mean to trauma survivors who have sought refuge from abuse. Past issues in her own life allows her […]

Lisa McDonald Ties Successful Entrepreneurship With Global Philanthropy

By Angela Nicholas | May 24, 2020

Whether she is collecting coats for the needy outside her micro-brewery and vegan café in Hendersonville, North Carolina, or feeding the hungry in earthquake-torn Puerto Rico, Lisa McDonald constantly shares […]