Since 1980, National Jewish Health has presented this prestigious award to citizens in and around Albuquerque who have built a legacy of contributing their time, talents and resources in all areas of life — personal, business and civic.
Please join us for a spectacular evening benefiting National Jewish Health, Thursday, September 22, honoring Bill Miera and Russ & Ann Rhoades with our Spirit of Achievement Award. Recognizing the many challenges we’ve all faced across the country and around the world these last few years, our honorary chairs and extended leadership would like to dedicate this evening to acknowledge, salute and celebrate heroic achievements of caregivers and first responders.
We would be so delighted if you would consider hosting caregivers or first responders at your table the night of the event.
Bob Feinberg first learned about National Jewish Health from his friends. Soon after, he became a committee member for the Spirit of Achievement Award Dinner. It wasn’t until he toured the institution that he learned what it means to be a patient.
In January 2015, Marla Wood caught whatever was going around her office. The doctor told her, “It’s a bug. Hold your breath; you’ll get over it,” but she didn’t get over it. While her co-workers’ health improved, hers only got worse.
Caleb MacDonald is one of a handful of people in the world allergic to the only medication that can treat his hemophilia. With nowhere else to turn, his family found Jordon Abbott, MD, an assistant professor in the National Jewish Health Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Abbott could find no report of a case like Caleb’s, so he devised a novel, cutting-edge solution. And it worked.
People from around the nation, including New Mexico, come to National Jewish Health seeking solutions no one else has found. Get a glimpse into how the answers they seek are found at National Jewish Health.