WATCH: Ed Rendell Congratulates Integrity Icon Winners

The former mayor and governor helped us celebrate the high integrity city workers we honored last night with our fourth annual Integrity Icon awards

By Edward G. Rendell

2024 Integrity Icon: Tracey T. Williams

The deputy commissioner for the Department of Records is a career civil servant who’s fighting to protect homeowners and advocate for those in need of recognition

By Malcolm Burnley

2024 Integrity Icon: Eric Kapenstein

The Deputy City Commissioner helping to oversee election integrity and efficacy cut his teeth in 2020 — and is ready to bring that fairness and accuracy to our next big election

By Lauren McCutcheon

2024 Integrity Icon: Lesha Sanders

The Director of Philadelphia’s Problem-Solving Courts makes herself available 24/7 to ensure clients get the resources and support they need to turn their lives around

By Courtney DuChene

Integrity Icon 2024: Deion Sumpter

The Director of the city’s Group Violence Intervention program has tapped into the keys to stopping gun violence in Philadelphia: compassion, industry, diligence, expansion — and never getting comfortable

By Christina Griffith

2024 Integrity Icon: Adara Combs

The first-ever director of Philly’s Office of Victim Advocate has parlayed a decade in the DA’s office to bring dignity and much-needed help to victims and their communities

By Malcolm Burnley

The Fix: City Workers Who Work For You

Announcing The Citizen’s 2024 Integrity Icons, city employees who serve us all with the highest trust, care, equality and ethics. Come celebrate these heroes with us on May 23

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

INTEGRITY ICON 2024: LOOKING FOR HEROES

Know an amazing city worker? Nominate them for our 4th annual Integrity Icon Awards. The deadline is February 21

By Jessica Blatt Press