Yamelisa Taveras is dedicated to empowering unity and self-investment to level the playing field for all.
Category: Inclusion and Diversity
Her dedication to help thousands of victims and their families find safety and healing has earned her a Bright Lights grant. Read about the impact she has on those coping with the trauma of abuse.
The center aims to develop and support teens so they can become their greatest self regardless of challenges. As a Bright Lights grant recipient, we applaud her efforts.
Kristen Boyle’s vision is clear – although legally blind she is dedicated to helping those who suffer from vision loss
Bright Lights grant helps Northeast Sight Services continue programs for the blind and visually impaired
LG&E and KU employee shares how his service shaped the leader and man he is today
His work is supporting under-resourced students in the Allentown area and empowers them to make social, educational and economical progress. His Bright Light shines over all that he helps.
His work at The Mountain Center provides education, support and guidance for at-risk children. The difference that he makes has earned him a Bright Lights grant in 2020.
A Bright Lights grant recipient, her Kindness is Magic organization ensure that no child goes hungry.
Christopher Kaag, Bright Lights grant recipient, founder and executive director of the IM ABLE Foundation is changing attitudes about the potential of disabled individuals by redefining what is possible.
Geetha Srinivasan, a PPL employee and member of the REACH BRG, has inspired many with her story. She was recently selected as a 2020 Employee of the Year by CAREERS & the disABLED magazine and was a panelist at the Pennsylvania Diversity Council’s disABILITY Summit in September. Read on as she reflects on her journey.