2018 - Alex Wubbels, RN, after a traumatic encounter with a police officer worked to advocate for system policy changes and workplace safety measures that will protect nurses on the job
2017 - Jeanlee Carver, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Dedicated her career to helping abused children with CJC programs
2016 - Ann Hutton, PhD, APRN, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse, co-founder Utah Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
2015 - Ronda Miller-Ernest, DNP, APRN, PNP-BC, Family Nurse Practitioner, founder Education for Generations
2014 - Dianne Fuller, founding director, Salt Lake Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SL SANE)
2013 - Chris Chytraus for founding The Sharing Place, a grief support program for children, teens, and their families.
2012 - Jan Jones Schenk for developing and implementing Utah's first hospital-based clinical privileging system for advanced practice registered nurses.
2011 – Judy Zone for establishing Youthlinc, a service organization dedicated to creating lifetime humanitarians by connecting young people with service learning experiences in their local community and abroad.
2010 - Lisa Bagley for helping to found medical rehabilitation non-profit Healing Hands for Haiti.
2009 - Khosrow Semnani for establishing the Maliheh Free Clinic, which delivers free health care to uninsured Utahns.
2008 - The Ronald McDonald House Charities for providing low cost housing to parents of very sick children.
2007 - Pamela Atkinson for her work as an advocate for the homeless.
2006 - Sue Huether for her commitment to all nurses and the nursing profession for over 40 years.
2005 - Joyce Harris for her many contributions to the profession of nursing and the community.
2004 - The YWCA for providing programs in women’s health and safety.
2003 - Junior League of Salt Lake City for contributing to community health programs.
2002 - Senator Karen Hale for her support of health care in Utah.