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Philadelphia's newest crop of Integrity Icons received honors at Fitler Club last week. Check out photos from the evening, along with a video from the Eagles offensive lineman.
Philadelphia Integrity Icon 2022: Meet Winner Lauren Young
The director of K-12 Mathematics for the School District of Philadelphia was nominated because of her work to set high standards for herself and her team around educating students during Covid-19
Philadelphia Integrity Icon 2022: Meet Winner Leah Wood
The Feltonville Arts & Sciences paraprofessional was nominated for helping to raise awareness of the needs of paraprofessionals in the teachers union, and fighting for their dignity
Philadelphia Integrity Icon 2022: Meet Winner Stephanie Ridgeway
The biking ambassador for the Office of Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability was nominated for her work to increase access to the Indego bike program for all Philadelphians
Philadelphia Integrity Icon 2022: Meet Winner Rebecca Lopez Kriss
The deputy commissioner for Policy, Outreach and Taxpayer Assistance Programs at the Department of Revenue was nominated for her work to be of real service to Philadelphia taxpayers—not just to do the job and go home
Philadelphia Integrity Icon 2022: Meet Winner Lori Hayes
The director of urban forestry at Parks and Rec is in charge of planting the trees that make our city more beautiful and livable—and making tree-centric programs accessible to all
Philly Heroes Here!
Announcing our 2022 Integrity Icons, principled public service heroes we all need. Vote for your favorite now.
Who Are Philly’s Next Integrity Icons?
We're launching our second contest to name the city worker with the highest ethics and best customer service. Can we fame the little-known folks who do good for a change?