"I would like to nominate my friend Annie Wotowiec. She was a camp counselor of mine at the Southampton Fresh Air Home for youth with physical disabilities. She became an OT after several summers working with the campers. She met and married her husband Nathan when they were both counselors and Nathan eventually became assistant director. Since becoming an OT, Annie implemented the successful life skills lab program for campers and alumni, along with her dedicated oversight of the camp gardening program. She is incredibly kind and devoted and her entire family has lent their hearts to the camp and various off-season programs. When I was in college, she designed a wheelchair rain cover for my joystick and is always going out of her way to help others. She has also given a virtual workshop about wheelchair evaluations for the families at the adaptive dance school where I volunteer. In addition to becoming an OT, she is also an APT, assisting with wheelchair evaluations. Although her family recently moved to North Carolina, she continues to support the Fresh Air Home remotely, offering her expertise for life skill programs and staff training. Since arriving at SFAH in 2010, she has blossomed into an incredible OT and ally to disabled people."