The 10News Leadership Award recipient will be someone who provides leadership by making San Diego a better place to live, standing up for those who need help, has initiated or created solutions for others, is a role model and fulfills a local need -- thereby improving the quality of life for all San Diegans.
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Lisa Jennings is recognized for her work with teens with special needs.
Eric Occhipinti is recognized for launching an effort to provide healthy food for local mothers and children.
Rick Collins is recognized for saving lives through his veterans program, Veterans 360.
Dr. Lenora Langlais is recognized for her continuing efforts to teach servicemembers and veterans about medical care.
James "Jas" Arnold is posthumously recognized for creating the Trail for All People in San Diego.
Chopper the Biker Dog and his owner Mark Shaffer are recognized for the countless hours a year they spend with the sick, the injured, the…
Ursula Kuster is recognized for her efforts in helping military members.
Dr. Charles Camarata is recognized for helping young South Bay athletes receive medical care.
Jennifer Brehler, executive director for the San Diego Humane Society, is honored for her work saving pets.
Glendon Morales is recognized for his effort in helping Marines who have become incarcerated.
Teresa Gunn has devoted nearly 20 years to helping teenage mothers.
Patrick Russell is recognized for his effort in helping military veterans at San Diego's Veterans Village.