FRANK
CAMPO
HUMANITARIAN
AWARD

Created in 2014 by PRIME EVENTS and William Schoppy Inc.
in recognition of Campo's more than three decades
of dedication to the student-athletes of the CAL.

The award will be presented to the senior varsity athlete
whose academic achievement and
dedication to community and service was
the most outstanding.




Haley Russo of Mainland Regional High School was the 2019 winner
She received the award from Frank Campo

Haley was captain of varsity cheerleaders and won Principalís Award for unique contribution
Member of Spanish Club, Ambassadorís Club, National Honor Society, Biomedical Enrichment After School Tutoring Club and treasurer of Unified Sports
Captain of lacrosse team and most valuable diver on Swim Team
Assistant teacher at Beth Israel Synagogue Sunday School
Organized her own group that raised money annually for cancer research
Junior cheerleading coach for the Northfield Cardinals youth football team
Traveled to Costa Rica and repaired a soccer field in the village of San Gerardo de Rivas, using native language to communicate with local workers
Worked in the Better Together Program at Seashore Gardens Living Center
Mentored elementary school students through problem solving and creativity-based activities at Camp Intervention
Received a letter of recognition from the United States Patent & Trademark Office for her work
Was team MVP at the Summit National Cheerleading Championships at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Florida




2018 Winner - Isabella DeStefano, Buena
2017 Winner - Courtney Heist, Cedar Creek
2016 Winner - Gabrielle Sirolli, St. Joseph
2015 Winner - Lara Storr, Atlantic City
2014 Winner - Alexis Hoerter, St. Joseph