In the slog of 2020, doing good did not slow down. In spite of – or, perhaps, thanks to the pandemic – El Pasoans excelled and did what El Pasoans have always done: looked out for each other.
El Paso Inc. is proud to announce the nominations for the 2020 El Pasoan of the Year.
This year, there are six nominees – representing months of work, leadership and dedication during trying times. They gave us many reasons to remain optimistic.
Each year since 1996, El Paso Inc. has asked its readers and past honorees to nominate people who have gone above and beyond their job descriptions to make a difference in this community. Our aim is to shine a spotlight on those people who are making the community a better place.
El Paso Inc. will reveal the 2020 El Pasoan of the Year in its Dec. 27 issue. Here are the 2020 nominees:
To put it lightly, it’s not an easy time for El Paso. It hasn’t been an easy time for more than a year now.
When we last checked in on Susan Goodell, CEO of El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank in April, the COVID-19 pandemic was starting to sink its…
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