NCF Presents the Elena Nash Community Volunteer of the Year Award
The NATCA Charitable Foundation (NCF) created the Elena Nash Community Volunteer of the Year Award in 2018, in honor of its former president. This award is given to a deserving individual who volunteers and helps make a difference in his/her community and in the lives of others.
Congratulations to Portland TRACON (P80) member Krissy Lewandowski.
Prior to the ongoing pandemic, she and her family volunteered at least once per month at different charities around Portland, Ore. and Vancouver, Wash. She and her husband, Steve, teach and instill these thoughtful actions and values into their two children, Clara (18) and Nate (16). They help organize and participate in every backpack and holiday program P80 hosts.
“Not only is she amazing and compassionate, but she continues to be an incredible example of the importance of giving back to the community and so many others,” said NCF President Corrie Conrad. “It is for this reason that the NCF Board voted unanimously to choose Krissy as the Elena Nash Community Volunteer of the Year.”