The Hightower and Kloos Legacy Fund – Current Recipient
Emilee Adair is a volunteer at NPH Bolivia. She is from the small town of Stroud, Oklahoma, and she recently completed her undergraduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology at The University of Tulsa. Her goal, after her service year in Bolivia, is to get her master’s degree to become a practicing bilingual speech-language pathologist. Emilee is very passionate about equal access to health care and education and she loves the field of speech-language pathology for this reason! Emilee plans to use the funds she has received from the Hightower and Kloos Legacy Fund to pay for the many costs that are associated with volunteering in Bolivia, which include visa costs, vaccinations, her flights, and other expenses that enable her to apply her talent and skills to better the lives of NPH children. She is very grateful for this support, as she will be able to move through this next year with less worry, giving her clarity and opportunity to be a more flexible, creative, and focused volunteer.