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Who Inspires You?

Be it a volunteer, a family member or a close friend, let us know who makes a difference in your life.




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Who inspires you like our Pittsburgher of the Year?

Pittsburgh Magazine chose Kelly Frey as Pittsburgher of the Year 2017 because she personifies how to face the difficult challenges in life with grace and bravery. She could have rightfully kept her personal struggles private but instead chose to be a public advocate for others going through similar situations.

Who do you know that inspires you in the same way as Kelly?

Tell us who inspires you and why, and we’ll enter you & your special guest in a drawing to celebrate with Kelly on Jan. 15, 2018 at the Pittsburgher of the Year reception. (this event is limited to people 21 and over)

 

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