On stage left to right: Dr. Kenneth R. Ginsburg (in his red Converse shoes); Virginia Hoft, executive director of Santa Fe Youth Services; Todd Landry, CEO of Lena Pope.
On stage left to right: Dr. Kenneth R. Ginsburg (in his red Converse shoes); Virginia Hoft, executive director of Santa Fe Youth Services; Todd Landry, CEO of Lena Pope. Shawnnita Buckner MHMR of Tarrant County
On stage left to right: Dr. Kenneth R. Ginsburg (in his red Converse shoes); Virginia Hoft, executive director of Santa Fe Youth Services; Todd Landry, CEO of Lena Pope. Shawnnita Buckner MHMR of Tarrant County

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