2013 COMMUNITY LEADER
In the summer of 1973, Bustamente took up the plight of the United Farmers Workers Movement. He was thrust into Cesar Chavez’s inner circle, and began learning from the man he grew to admire. “What do Latinos have in this world that is truly ours, that we can cling to and that was recognized as great? It was Cesar. Cesar was ours,” he said.
2013 STUDENT SERVANT LEADER
With a one-way ticket in hand, Salisbury moved to Arizona where she enrolled in ASU and Barrett, the Honors College to pursue a bachelor’s degree in social work. She also began volunteering at Central Arizona Shelter Services, the Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness, Mulligan’s Manor, Arizona StandDown and Project H3: Vets. As part of her work, Salisbury frequently meets with shelter staff members to open discussion about the unique needs of the LGBT community and make suggestions about how to better serve this population.