We are proud to recognize two individuals for their passionate commitment to — and advocacy for – ensuring a stronger future for all people. Like the rest of the country, COVID-19 posed great obstacles to this work but thanks to generous supporters like you, we continue to keep our promise that People Get Better with Us!
Director of Community Relations & Youth Football
New York Giants
Ethan Medley is entering his 19th season with the Giants, having joined the organization as an intern in 2002. Today he oversees all community endeavors, including player outreach, youth football support initiatives, charitable donations, and community programming. Given the tremendous amount of philanthropic work done by this team – as an organization and by so many of its players — Ethan is clearly doing a stellar job. We are grateful to Ethan for becoming a strong and passionate supporter of ICL and a friend to the youth and families we serve including welcoming them to a fantastic day at training camp. All of us at ICL are big fans of Ethan Medley!
Dr. Patrice Harris
American Medical Association
As the 174th president of the American Medical Association, Patrice Harris became the first African-American woman to hold this position. Growing up in Bluefield, West Virginia, she dreamt of entering medicine at a time when few women of color were encouraged to do so. Her professional life has been characterized by her passion to improve the lives of children and service to others. ICL and Dr. Harris share an unwavering commitment to integrated health care that incorporates health, behavioral health and primary care services with supports for employment, housing and education. She is a highly respected mentor, role model and advocate for public health as a matter of fairness and justice. ICL is privileged to honor her as a 2020 Champion!
At its first Breakfast of Champions, ICL honored Josh Lamberg, CEO, Lamb Financial Services who joined us as a presenter for the 2020 Champion awards!