2020 Incito Award Recipient – Sara Herriman
The 2020 Incito Award recipient is Sara Herriman. The Incito Award was established in 2011 to recognize a young person, age 40 or under, who has emerged as a community leader and demonstrates commitment to volunteerism, philanthropy, and leadership with Lenawee Cares and other organizations in our community. Herriman’s involvement with Lenawee Cares has included co-chairing Tomorrow’s Pillars in its inaugural year of 2016 and remaining involved; co-chairing the 2017 Lenawee Cares campaign; and being a Pillars Club donor. She volunteers with Adrian Kiwanis, Kappa Kappa Epsilon, and Croswell Opera House, and previously served on the Boys & Girls Club Board prior to accepting a fund development position there.
Incito Award Nomination Form
Incito: To inspire, excite, spur, increase, hasten, urge forward.
The Incito Award was established in 2011 to recognize a young person (age 40 or under), who has emerged as a community leader and demonstrates commitment to volunteerism, philanthropy, and leadership.
The Lenawee Award recipient inspires by example, while making our community a better place in which to live and work.
Nominations are due on or before February 21st, 2020.
The recipient will be honored at the Lenawee Community Foundation Annual Meeting on April 30th, 2020.
Incito Award Recipients:
2011 Julie Miller
2012 Doug Gray
2013 Angie Atkin
2014 Allison Ott
2015 Joshua Nieto
2016 Ben Creech
2017 Megan Porter
2018 Mekeisha Black
2019 Dave Herriman
2020 Sara Herriman