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Meet Our Sheroes

Each year since 2018, the MetroHealth [email protected] committee has honored extraordinary women who share MetroHealth’s passion for improving the health and well-being of everyone in our community. We call these women “Sheroes.”

This year, we’re honoring four Employee Sheroes and four Community Sheroes for their outstanding effort, dedication, tenacity and passion for making the world a better place. 

We had to get creative with the award presentations this year because of COVID-19. Our Sheroes received our sincere thanks with tokens of appreciation, special Home of a Shero yard sign, and a financial donation made in their honor to the nonprofit organization of their choice.

2020 Community Sheroes
Alysha Ellis
Alysha Ellis
Alysha Ellis and her mother, Yolanda Ramos, founded Freshly Rooted with a mission to support, empower, and engage Latinos in the community.
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Bev Wurm
Beverly Wurm
Longtime Tremont resident Beverly “Bev” Wurm has dedicated countless hours to many community organizations over the years.
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Brittany Kuntz
Brittany Kuntz
Brittany established Furever Companions as a 501(c)3 nonprofit in April of 2019 but has been rescuing animals for years.
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Dawn Arrington
Dawn Arrington
Dawn Arrington created Comics at the Corner, an innovative program aimed at improving the literacy skills of residents in her neighborhood.
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2020 MetroHealth Employee Sheroes
Mary Massie-Story
Mary Massie-Story, MD
Mary Massie-Story, MD, is described as an advocate for minority providers and students, and as someone who is willing to offer support to anyone who asks for help. 
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Sherri White
Sherri White
Sherri serves as president of the nonprofit she started, My Sister's Keeper, while working full-time as an Operations Manager in Medicine Administration at MetroHealth.
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Susan McCoy, RN
Susan McCoy, RN
In a career spanning over 30 years, it’s difficult to determine the exact number of patients, family members and residents Susan “Sue” McCoy, RN, has helped. 
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Tangela Woods
Tangela Woods
Over the course of nearly two decades, Tangela Woods has implemented projects, volunteered for programs and mentored new social workers. 
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