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The Marquis Who’s Who creators list honors advocates, activists and philanthropists

The Maker’s List also commemorates professionals on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and monkeypox virus (MPXV)

UNIONDALE, NY, September 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Marquis Who’s Who (MWW), the world’s leading biographical publisher, is proud to announce those selected for the Maker’s List for the third quarter of 2022, celebrating Advocates, activists and philanthropists. Maker’s Lists are curated by a selection committee and compiled by the MWW Maker’s List administrator Lisa Diamond to recognize established and emerging leaders in their respective fields.

“In the third installment of this year’s Maker’s List, we are proud to honor humanitarians, activists and frontline workers, who dedicate their lives to mitigating the devastating effects of health crises, developing solutions to social problems and environmental issues, and help people in difficulty,” said Lisa Diamond, administrator of the Maker’s List. “The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply affected the global community and prompted us to recognize the collective efforts of those who fight the virus on a daily basis.” Diamond continued, “Marquis Who’s Who remains dedicated to supporting medical professionals, political advocates and environmental advocates whose work inspires increased awareness of today’s most poignant issues, including the COVID-19 and monkeypox (MPXV).”

The Advocates, activists and philanthropists the list includes:

  • Andy Sabine: Sabin is an environmentalist and humanitarian who established the Andrew Sabin Family Foundation in 2008. The foundation, which develops more than 200 grants annually, focuses on the preservation of amphibian and reptile species and their habitats, and funds cancer research for MD Anderson Cancer Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. In addition to being the founder of the South Fork Museum of Natural History in Bridgehampton, NY, Sabin has served on the environmental law advisory boards of Columbia Law School and UC Los Angeles School of Law. In light of his philanthropic efforts in nature conservation, he is the namesake of two species of frog (Centrolene sabini and Aphantophryne sabini), a pygmy chameleon (Rhamholean sabini), and a dwarf lemur (Cheirogaleus andysabini).
  • Marie Yovanovitch: Yovanovitch is a former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine and spent 33 years with the US Foreign Service. Three-time United States Ambassador, most recently to Kyiv, Ukraineshe previously served the Republic of Kyrgyzstan and the Republic of Armenia. She retired from the foreign service in 2020, she is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a nonresident fellow at the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy in Georgetown University. Yovanovitch has received the Senior Foreign Service Performance Award eight times and the State Department’s Superior Honor Award nine times. She has also won two Presidential Distinguished Service Awards and the Secretary’s Diplomacy in Human Rights Award. In early 2022, she released her memoir “Lessons from the Edge”, which became a New York Times Bestseller.
  • Marielena Hincapie: Hincapié is the executive director of the National Immigration Law Center (NILC). Beginning with the NILC as a staff attorney and moving up to director of programs, she has been recognized as a political strategist and innovator for immigrant justice. Native Colombia, Hincapié helped the NILC fight the government’s attempts to roll back the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Hincapié received the Corazón Award from Univision, the Latina of Influence Award from Hispanic Lifestyle, and the National Public Service Award from Stanford Law School. Formerly with the Legal Aid Society of that of San Francisco Center for Labor Law, she holds a degree in labor law Northeastern University Law School.
  • Winona LaDuke: LaDuke is a Native American activist and author who is at the forefront of advocacy for Indigenous claim to land, natural resources and culture. Weaving together economic and environmental methodologies to rejuvenate communities nationwide, she founded the White Earth Land Recovery Project (WELRP) in 1989, an organization that buys back Indigenous lands previously purchased by non-Indigenous people to provide economic opportunities. to indigenous peoples. LaDuke once served as by Ralph Nader running mate on the Green Party presidential ticket in 1996 and 2000. Although she left her role as executive director of WELRP in 2014, LaDuke continues her activism for Indigenous issues, including protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline in 2016. She established Winona’s Hemp & Heritage Farm, a women-led nonprofit agency and farm that focuses on advertising the environmental benefits of hemp.

Full Advocates, activists and philanthropists the list is below:

  • Amal Clooney
  • Andy Sabine
  • Anita Hill
  • Aryani Ong
  • Ayana Elizabeth Johnsondoctorate
  • Bill Gates
  • Chuck Feeney
  • Colin Kaepernick
  • David Hoegg
  • Diana Acéti
  • Eric Holder
  • Erin Brockovitch
  • Geena Rocero
  • Gloria Allred
  • Greta Thunberg
  • Gunhild Stordalen
  • Helena Gualinga
  • Hunter Schafer
  • J Nadine GraceMD, MSCE
  • Jane AronsonDO
  • Jane Goodall
  • John Shafiroff
  • John Fetterman
  • Jon Stewart
  • kate williams
  • Lea Thomas (“Green Girl Leah”)
  • Leonardo DiCaprio
  • Liz Cheney
  • Louis Newman
  • MacKenzie Scott
  • Malala Yousafzai
  • Marcy Syms
  • Marie Yovanovitch
  • Marielena Hincapie
  • Maya Wiley
  • Michael Bloomberg
  • Michael J. Nyenhuis
  • Nalléli Cobo
  • Nancy Northup
  • Nesa Amamoo
  • Paul Tudor Jones II
  • Quannah Chasinghorse
  • Rob Moire
  • Robin Wall Kimmerer
  • Roman Silberfeld
  • Poblet sung
  • Sylvia Earle
  • Therese Cheng
  • Tom BK Goldtooth
  • Winona LaDuke

Marquis Who’s Who has also announced the release of its additional Maker’s List: The Frontline: First Responders, Educators and Innovators Amid COVID-19 and Monkeypox (MPXV). The list celebrates frontline workers in healthcare, education and technology during the COVID-19 pandemic and monkeypox virus (MPXV).

The First line the list includes:

  • Alondra NelsonMD: Nelson is one of the nation’s foremost innovators in science, technology, social inequality and race relations. Hold the roles of Harold F Linder Chair in the School of Social Sciences at the Institute for Advanced Study and Visiting Lecturer with the rank of Professor at princeton universityShe is also Deputy Director for Science and Society in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, where she is responsible for research, development, and prevention of monkeypox (MPXV). An award-winning author, Nelson wrote “The Social Life of DNA: Race, Reparations and Reconciliation After the Genome” in 2016, a finalist for the Hurston-Wright Foundation Award for Best Nonfiction. She was named Tech Titan 2022 by Washingtonian Magazine.
  • Eileen R. Fauldsdoctorate: Faulds serves The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center as an Endocrinology Nurse Practitioner. As the COVID-19 pandemic began to infiltrate healthcare systems, she and her team at the Inpatient Diabetes Management Service became concerned about the health risks of COVID-19 patients on IV insulin. She collaborated with a multidisciplinary team to develop a novel hybrid blood glucose monitoring protocol for COVID-19 patients with significant comorbidities, such as the use of hospital-based ambulatory continuous blood glucose monitoring to reduce testing at the point of service and therefore potential exposure. to nursing staff. This hybrid approach was implemented in the team’s COVID-19 medical intensive care unit and has since been shared nationally and globally.
  • Robert Langer: Langer is a chemical engineer and educator whose patents have been licensed or sublicensed to more than 400 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. His innovations have helped create more than 100 products, from artificial skin to mRNA vaccines, including the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Holder of the title of institute professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he is the namesake of the university’s research laboratory, the largest biomedical engineering laboratory in the world. Langer has received over 220 accolades, including the 2015 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering. Additionally, he is the most cited engineer in history, having authored more than 1,500 scientific papers.
  • Sandra Lindsey: Lindsay is the Director of Intensive Care Patient Services at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and the first individual to United States receive a COVID-19 vaccine outside of a clinical trial on December 14, 2020. She is now a vaccine activist and received the President’s Medal of Freedom from the President Joe Biden in July 2022the nation’s highest civilian honor awarded to individuals who have made exceptionally meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of United States. She is also the first Jamaican American of Jamaican descent to receive the medal. Lindsay’s vaccination record, scrubs, and hospital badge are on display at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

Full First line the list is below:

  • Ala Stanford
  • Alondra NelsonMD
  • Amy Runge
  • Ashish Jha
  • Avani Singh
  • Basira Popul
  • Becky Pringle
  • Bradley BigsonMSN, APRN-FNP
  • Crystal Barksdaledoctorate and Jane Pearsondoctorate
  • Dafydd Owen
  • Diana Brainard
  • Dimie Ogoina
  • Ee Tay
  • Eileen R. Fauldsdoctorate
  • Elena V. RiosMD, MSPH, MACP
  • Emmanuel Cosmos Msoka
  • Felisa Ford
  • Gail McGovern
  • Garrett Chandoctorate
  • Jeanette Ives Erickson, RNDNP
  • Jeremy McElroy
  • Jessie Woolley-Wilson
  • Jill Biden
  • Justin Arnone
  • Kristie AlveyAPRN
  • Kurt Russell
  • Laura Kavanagh
  • Laura Reichhardt
  • Leslie GevedonMS, RN
  • Li Wen Liang
  • Lydia Virgil
  • Lizzy Mulcahy
  • Mansi Patel
  • Michael Jewett, David Boulanger and David Veesle
  • Miguel Cardona
  • Paul LeBlanc
  • Rachel Bedard
  • Robert Langer
  • Rodney Alexander Robinson
  • Sandra Lindsey
  • Shilpashree AS
  • Sister Astridah Banda
  • Tarik KhanMSN, RN, FNP-BC
  • Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
  • Zijian ChenMD

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