Stacey Silverman Nominated by Savannah Speech & Hearing Center for the 37th Annual Volunteer Recognition Award Presented by United Way HandsOn Savannah
SAVANNAH, Ga. – Savannah Speech & Hearing Center, a nonprofit organization serving the speech pathology and audiology needs of the Coastal Empire, has nominated Stacey Silverman to win the 37th Annual Volunteer Recognition Award presented by United Way HandsOn Savannah.
Silverman has been an instrumental component of the Savannah Speech & Hearing Center’s volunteer program, volunteering with the Stroke Group and the Annual Hammond for Hope Fundraiser. She also assists with the mass school hearing screenings conducted for public and private schools in Chatham County.
“We are so grateful for Stacey’s hard work and dedication she exhibits to the members and staff at the Savannah Speech & Hearing Center,” said Ann Curry, volunteer coordinator for the Savannah Speech & Hearing Center. “We would not be able to reach as many of those in need of our services if it were not for volunteers like Stacey.”
A current resident of Savannah, Silverman will be graduating from Armstrong University in the spring. She has been accepted to and will be attending Georgia State University Graduate School to pursue a master’s degree in Communication and Science Disorders this fall.
Silverman was among 28 volunteers nominated in the Health and Human Services category at the 37th Annual Volunteer Recognition and Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, April 27.