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 26, 2021.
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