HEART 9/11 is proud to announce Coors Light Lideres is awarding a $2,500 grant to HEART 9/11 (the designated nonprofit) from second-place finalist, Michelle Labrador Casiano, from Orocovis, Puerto Rico. The Coors Light Líderes program honors, rewards, and highlights up-and-coming Latino leaders for their achievements, vision, and commitment to reach their aspirations and help their community prosper. Michelle serves as a project manager in Puerto. Rico for HEART 9/11. She plans and monitors the rebuild of family homes that suffered damages in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria and earthquakes in Puerto Rico. When Michelle is not working on a rebuild, she helps students with English as their second language. Congratulations to first-place finalist Richard Montez for making a difference in his community. Thank you to everyone who supported Michelle by voting for her.

Train-The-Trainer Program – Includes an 8-week HEART 9/11 SMART Program for First Responders, 2 days (16 hours) implementation course delivered by a Harvard Benson-Henry Institute instructor, a virtual Harvard University psychology academy 1 college credit course • Upon completion of all phases trainers can deliver the program to their department members and may be asked by HEART 9/11 to train other officers • Trainee and instructor manual will be provided