AHRC’s Kayla Mueller “Spirit of Humanity” Award will be presented to Ms. Miakoda Wolin-Collins of Tampa, Florida on May 12, 2016 at the Greenfield Manor Banquet Hall in Dearborn during the AHRC’s “Spirit of Humanity” Gala. The Mueller family will be in attendance at AHRC Gala and will be presenting the award to Nurse Wolin-Collins in honor of their daughter’s memory and extraordinary legacy of service to humanity.
Nurse Wolin-Collins is a certified Pediatric Nurse (RN, CPN) currently pursuing her Master’s Degree. Nurse Wolin-Collins has participated in medical missions to the Middle East. Most recently she traveled to different areas of the Holy Land and to Amman Jordan. She also serves as the Patient Affairs Coordinator of the newly established Tampa Bay chapter of the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund.
Kayla Mueller, an American humanitarian aid worker from Prescott, Arizona, was killed by the IS “Islamic State” terrorist group while volunteering to help Syrian refugees displaced due to the civil war. Kayla is a role model in her dedication to serving humanity. She represents America at is best, working tirelessly to alleviate the suffering of people in need. The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) is committed to honoring Kayla’s life, sacrifices, and legacy by recognizing fellow humanitarians working hard to promote, protect, and advance human rights with an award bearing her name. To read more about Kayla’s legacy please view: