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« on: March 23, 2012, 01:05:10 PM PDT »

As the national campaign director of Donate Life America’s “20 Million in 2012” campaign, OneLegacy’s Tenaya Wallace identified twelve extraordinary individuals to inspire young women to register as donors. This press release introduces them all, including several from the greater Los Angeles area: Ann Lopez, Leiauna Anderson, Wendy Rodgers and Vicky Nguyen.


Twelve Women of 2012’ Inspire Americans to Be Organ & Tissue Donors

RICHMOND, Va. – Feb. 27, 2012 – Twelve beautiful women whose lives were transformed by organ donation are helping Donate Life America (“DLA”) inspire 20 million people to sign up to be organ and tissue donors this year.

The 12 Inspiring Women of “20 Million in 2012” hail from across the United States and were selected because of their commitment to increasing the number of lives saved through organ and tissue donation.

“A key goal of this campaign is to reach out to young women who didn’t check yes at the DMV when they got their licenses at 16; to ask them to be role models for their friends by signing up today to save lives at,” said Tenaya Wallace, national campaign director of “20 Million in 2012”.

To reach this active and socially connected audience, DLA is highlighting the need for donors through National Donate Life Blue and Green Day on April 20th,when celebrities, stylists, teens, fashionistas, talk show hosts, politicians, and others will be asked to wear blue and green. This is a new element of April’s National Donate Life Month, which brings attention to organ, eye and tissue donation annually.

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