World Citizen Award

2018 Awardee Brad  Gautney

As a pediatric nurse practitioner and public health specialist, Mr. Gautney and his family lived four years in Haiti pioneering low-resource HIV care, with particular attention to prevention of mother-to-child transmission of this infection. He also developed a state-of-the-art electronic medical record based on cellular telephone technology to facilitate application of HIV management protocols for both prevention and treatment. Today he leads Global Health Innovations, multiplying HIV care in Haiti and Africa with an emphasis on saving lives one village at a time.

Past World Citizen Awardees

2017 Dr. Sofia Khan

2016 Abdul Akbar

2015 Alice Kitchen

2014 Jay Sjerven

2013 Robert Chien


1973 Mrs. E. Grey Dimond

1974 Charles Bebb

1975 Jim Burke

1976 Dr. John Swomley

1977 Dr. Eliot Berkley

1978 Madeleine Brock

1979 American Field Service and Catholic Charities

1980 Mayor Ilus David

1981 E. Grey Dimond, M.D.

1982 Louann and Sheldon Stahl

1983 Manny Pedram, PhD

1984 Marreitte Yeckel, PhD

1985 Ambassador and Mrs. Charles Price

1986 Priscilla Wilson

1987 Marry Morgan

1988 Gus Leimkuhler

1989 Charles Gusewelle

1990 David Wolfe

1991 Information missing

1992 Suzanne Gladney

1993 Henry Mitchell, PhD

1994 Benedict K. Zobrist, PhD

1995 William McSweeney

1996 Terri Petri

1997 Charles Wheeler, MD, JD

1998 William A. Voss

1999 Dr. Robert Meneilly

2000 Mary McNellis, Sl

2001 Lillian G. Pardo, M.D.

2002 James Everett

2003 Frank Koranda, D.O.

2004 James and Virginia Stowers

2005 Sharon Kirkpatrick, PhD.

2006 Michael B. Wood

2007 James Malouf

2008 Gary Morsch, M.D.

2009 Nicholas Comninelis, M.D.

2010 Gary White

2011 People to People Intl of Greater Kansas City

2012 Steve Youngblood

 

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