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Community Service Award Winners

Celebrate the 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award recipients at Johns Hopkins' 32nd annual King commemoration on Friday, Jan. 10, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Turner Auditorium. They are:

  • Nusaiba Baker, a graduate student in biology, who takes a fun approach to teaching Baltimore City students about the brain;
  • Brian Boyle, a graduate student in communications, who encourages people to donate blood for the American Red Cross;
  • Arthur Burnett II, professor of urology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, who mentors African-American men using positive messages ;
  • Bridget Calvert, a project manager with Johns Hopkins HealthCare, who supports a military program and raises money for a shelter;
  • Jennifer Lockhart, an OB/GYN practice administrator at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, who co-chairs the United Way’s Emerging Leaders United group;
  • Kristin Sheffield-Hunt, an administrative coordinator with the school of public health, who raises awareness about kidney disease;
  • Ede Taylor, a project coordinator with Johns Hopkins Health System, who founded a coalition in East Baltimore that connects people to resources; and
  • Anthony Walker, a protective services officer with JHHS, who founded a community service organization focused on helping men.

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