The iconic 1986 Hollywood blockbuster, Hoosiers starring Gene Hackman, was based on the true story of a small-town Indiana high school basketball team that won the state championship despite all of the odds. It was a triumph of the human spirit, inspiring viewers of all ages. The movie's tag line, "They needed a second change to finish first," is a reminder that ordinary people can do extraordinary things.
Last year, a lifetime commitment to fighting healthcare disparities in the South was showcased when the ADAP Champion Award was presented to Kathie Hiers, President & CEO of AIDS Alabama. At the same time, "newbies" Wanda Brendle-Moss and Patrick Ingram were applauded for their groundbreaking work, as they were presented with the ADAP Emerging Leader Award and ADAP Social Media Award, respectively.
|The Honorable Henry Waxman, M.C. (retired) being presented|
with the ADAP Lawmaker Award by Brandon Macsata,
CEO of the ADAP Advocacy Association
• ADAP Champion of the Year (individual)
• ADAP Emerging Leader of the Year (individual)
• ADAP Corporate Partner of the Year
• ADAP Community Organization of the Year
• ADAP Lawmaker of the Year
• ADAP Social Media Campaign of the Year
• ADAP Grassroots Campaign of the Year
• ADAP Media Story of the Year
To submit nominations, go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Q2KLCZB.