Daughter of Charity Sr. Theresa Sullivan is director of Daybreak Day Resource Center in Macon, Georgia. Some 125 volunteers and 42 houses of worship support Daybreak's services for people experiencing homelessness.
Mary Rashmi, a Notre Dame Sister, works with Tanzania's Masai community. She started an organization to improve the lives of women and children by increasing access to social services and economic empowerment.
Rose Mary Meyer, a Sister of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is director of Project IRENE, which lobbies to protect people living in poverty, those in prison, immigrants, women and children in Illinois.
"I am a Hmong nun, and I work hard for my people's benefits," says Dominican Sr. Marie Cu Thi Quynh Hoa, who travels hundreds of kilometers by motorbike to work with Hmong villagers in Vietnam's northern mountainous provinces.