Virginia's Robert Vaughan connects his state to the world.
David Tebaldi enriches public discourse in Massachusetts.
Michigan's Jan Fedewa works to tell the state's stories.
Juan González Lamela brings Puerto Rico's heritage to its citizens.
Stanley Romanstein connects music and the humanities in Minnesota.
Julie Yoder brings a mix of experiences to the humanities in Arizona.
Janet Daley promotes reading programs in North Dakota.
Growing up abroad led Doug Quin to take a grassroots approach to programming in North Carolina.
A passion for printing.
Dean Bakopolous brings a writerly touch to Wisconsin.
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Theatre of War
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University of Virginia Department of Music
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Computers for Kids, Games for Change
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