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WeINSPIRE 10-Year Anniversary Celebration:
Honoring Trailblazers

WeINSPIRE Legacy Luminary Award Recipients

The WeINSPIRE Legacy Luminary Award honors individuals who have made profound, lasting impacts on WeINSPIRE over the past decade through their exceptional contributions across platforms. This prestigious award celebrates innovators dedicated to WeINSPIRE's mission who have played crucial roles in driving positive change, mobilizing community action, and amplifying voices.


Jolleen Wagner

Jolleen Wagner, currently serving as the Chief Formation Officer and Interim Deputy Executive Director for the Brilla Schools Network, boasts a 20-year career in education marked by a commitment to service and character development. Over her eight years at Seton and Brilla, Jolleen excelled as a 2nd-grade teacher and the innovative leader of Brilla's Character Initiatives. She founded, developed, and formalized Brilla's comprehensive approach, urging the community to prioritize a life of profound meaning, academic excellence, and strong character. Beginning her career as a Lasallian Volunteer and teacher in Chicago, Jolleen's journey led her to roles as the Associate Director and Director of Lasallian Volunteers, where she shaped the vision of the faith-based volunteer program. Collaborating with the De La Salle Christian Brothers, she evaluated faith formation programs, led global immersion trips, and played a key role in supporting the mission's future. Jolleen's commitment to Lasallian education persists through her roles as a practicum facilitator at The Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies and a member of the Christian Brothers Academy Board of Trustees in Albany, NY. With expertise in nonprofit management and educational leadership, she serves as a Restorative Practices IIRP Trained Trainer and collaborates with various schools, organizations, and foundations. A distinguished alumna of Siena College, Jolleen holds a Bachelor of Arts in English, receiving the Franciscan Spirit Award in 2014. Recently earning a master's degree in character education from the University of Birmingham, UK, Jolleen consistently expands the intersection of service, community, and justice in every professional endeavor.


Wayne Woodbury

Wayne Woodbury serves as the Pharmacy Account Director for the Southeast region at Cencora, formerly AmerisourceBergen. His multifaceted responsibilities include but are not limited to developing and implementing clinical business and operational models for independent oncology and multi-specialty practices. In his previous role as Pharmacy Director at Southern Oncology Specialists, he successfully oversaw substantial growth in the practice's medically integrated pharmacy, enhanced product offerings, expanded payer relations, and improved medication therapy management. Woodbury has over 20 years of expertise in community, retail, long-term care, oncology/hematology, and specialty pharmacy consulting. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University in Boston. Beyond his professional accomplishments, he actively contributes to WeINSPIRE as a former Treasurer and current Advisory Board member, National Community Oncology Dispensing Association, Inc. (NCODA) Professional Mentor for current pharmacy students, and Founder & Principal Clothier at the Woodbury Collection. This clothing brand emphasizes concierge image curation, helping individuals discover their personal style according to their unique composition and experiences. In his diverse roles, Wayne Woodbury is not just a leader in healthcare but also a visionary in community engagement and a pioneer in personalized expression through the Woodbury Collection.

Inspiration to Activation Award Recipients

The Inspiration to Activation Award recognizes individuals excelling at transforming inspiration into tangible, real-world impact by shaping cultures and driving community engagement. Aligned with WeINSPIRE’s commitment to inclusivity, this award celebrates a diverse range of influencers leveraging their platforms for positive change through innovative business ventures, social media presence, or prominent public personas. This award resonates broadly to capture the essence of WeINSPIRE’s spirit.


Antwain Donté Hill

Antwain Donté Hill, a seasoned Runway/Model Coach, Motivational Speaker, and Philanthropist, stands as the visionary Founder and Chief Artistic Director of Stampede School of Modeling. Established in May 2014 in Atlanta, GA, and expanding to Washington, DC, the school is dedicated to revealing the artistic potential within each individual. Committed to delivering exceptional training with expertise and unwavering dedication, Antwain Donté bridges the gap between craft and professionalism. Known as "Coach," he embarked on his modeling journey at age seven, cultivating his coaching passion at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). With over 23,000 individuals trained, he has left an indelible mark on the industry. Antwain Donté boasts a remarkable presence on six Fashion Week Runways and has directed numerous homecoming fashion shows, solidifying his position as a driving force in the field. Beyond the glamour, his commitment shines through the production of 1,937 fashion shows, raising over $72,000 for mental health awareness and suicide prevention—a cause he deeply connects with following his own battle with depression. In 2017, after a personal struggle, he made a heartfelt commitment to becoming a voice for the voiceless. Globally recognized and featured in prestigious magazines and FOX news stations, Antwain Donté transcends the role of a model coach; he's a mentor shaping strong-minded individuals. Honored with the Top 35 Millennial Influencer Award, he accepted it on behalf of those overcoming life's challenges. In 2024, Antwain Donté founded the Kapes & Kicks Foundation, empowering youth facing illness and mental obstacles to transform them into strengths. His belief in everyone possessing a unique superpower propels his mission to help individuals discover and leverage theirs. Beyond the runway, Antwain Donté is dedicated to changing lives, one empowered mind at a time.


Andraéa LaVant

Andraéa LaVant is a nationally and internationally sought-after disability inclusion expert. She is widely recognized for spearheading a global disability justice movement as impact producer for Netflix’s Oscar-nominated film, Crip Camp, executive produced by President Barack and Mrs. Michelle Obama. Andraéa is founder and president of LaVant Consulting, Inc. (LCI), a social impact communications firm that offers cutting-edge corporate development and content marketing for brands and nonprofits. LCI’s specialty is helping brands “speak disability with confidence.” Her work has been featured on Good Morning America, NBC,, the Root, Paper Magazine, and a host of other national media. As a black, disabled woman, Andraéa champions intersectionality and is committed to working toward a future where ALL people, particularly disabled people of color, are seen and valued in culture and society at-large.

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