This week, a respected and talented International photographer organization founded by Huy Nguyen called Fearless Photographers, awarded two other recipients and me with the 2016 Fearlessly Inspirational Photographers Award. This Award is given to photographers who are making a difference in their communities through service, giving, or the development of philanthropic organizations. It was a huge and encouraging surprise! One of my peers nominated me for my work with ThirstRelief International & The Society for Sport, Peace & Society. Fearless Photographers reviewed the nominations and my work, I was chosen as one of the three for this years’ awards. It is truly an honor to be recognized for my volunteer involvement with ThirstRelief. I am hopeful to continue supporting ThirstRelief and look forward to any other non-profit or humanitarian photography work God brings my way in the future. But I’m just beyond excited and wanted to share the links with you all!
You can read my story here.
Learn about what Brittany Wilbur of Sweet Nectar Society & Neabasi Akpan of Camera for Change.
You can view some of blog posts from ThirstRelief:
ThirstRelief: The people of Uganda
ThirstRelief: The World Water Crisis Overview in Uganda
ThirstRelief: BioSand Water Filter Building
ThirstRelief: Why I’m Involved
BioSand Water Filter Building
ThirstRelief: World Water Crisis Overview Tanzania
ThirstRelief: Work of SON International in Tanzania
On behalf of the U.S. Department of State & espnW Global Sports Mentoring Program in partnership with The Center for Sport, Peace & Society:
GSMP: Syrian Refugee Soccer Clinic
GSMP: Syrian Refugee Camp
GSMP: Educate Me – Egypt
GSMP: Girl Power – Egypt