by Daniel Fink, MD, Chair, The Quiet Coalition
Christina Mayo, The Miami Herald, reports about Girl Scout Kelly Culhane, who was honored for being an exceptional leader for her work with the Ear Peace Foundation. It’s a heartwarming story.
Mayo reports that Culhane was named a National Gold Award Girl Scout, the highest honor awarded by the Girl Scouts–and she’s the first Girl Scout from Miami to win this award. She won this distinction for her “Gold Award-winning project in which she partnered with the Ear Peace: Save Your Hearing Foundation.” Says Mayo:
Kelly wrote the script, filmed and edited an educational video called “Band Together to Protect Your Hearing,” which is used in the foundation’s teacher training workshops for 392 schools in Miami-Dade County.
You can see Culhane’s video and learn more here.
Dr. Daniel Fink is a leading noise activist based in the Los Angeles area. He is the founding chair of The Quiet Coalition, an organization of science, health, and legal professionals concerned about the impacts of noise on health, environment, learning, productivity, and quality of life in America. Dr Fink also is the interim chair of Quiet Communities’ Health Advisory Council, and he served on the board of the American Tinnitus Association from 2015-2018.