Goodwill Industries of North Louisiana Honors Outstanding Individuals during Goodwill Week

Shreveport– It takes many individuals to make Goodwill Industries’ mission succeed: employees, board members, donors, shoppers, clients, students, and community partners. Each one is necessary and vital to help Goodwill run smooth and effectively.

As part of Goodwill Week, Goodwill Industries honored employees who went above and beyond at the Annual “Power of Work” Luncheon. Employees recognized work throughout the 26 parish region of North Louisiana, including Shreveport, Bossier City, Monroe, Alexandria, Pineville, Natchitoches and Minden.

This year’s honorees includes (Honorees Kitty Vik and Sydney Hicks are Natchitoches Parish residents):

Employee of the Year – Patricia Williams, Angela Randle, Francis Brantley, Gina Voght, Terrence Hunter, Eugene Taylor.

Rising Star Award – Fre-Drecia Payne, Henry Broadway, Kitty Vik.

Goodwilly Award – Lindsay Lyles, Tamra Bright.

Manager of the Year – Sydney Hicks, Darlene Robinson, Michael Hall, Karen Peters.

Store of the Year – Pineville, Louisiana

Board Member of the Year – Alywin Holomon

Graduate of the Year – Latousha Stroughter

Achiever of the Year – Robert Walker

Good Friends Award – Stellar Construction, Ouachita Correctional Center, Louisiana Department of Transportation

Good Champion Award – Paige Hoffpauir

Good Sam Partner of the Year – Care Pregnancy Center

Donor of the Year – Community Renewal Southern Trace We Care Team

In 2018, more than 2,300 people visited a Goodwill Job Center seeking assistance in one of our 15 different programs. Goodwill’s Board and Staff all believe that the work they do each and every day makes a real impact on the community, and lives are changed forever because of it.