Debra Sabia has spent the last 20 years demonstrating the importance of community service. Debra has been an advocate for low-income migrant workers and immigrant families. She is the founder and chair of the Commit-tee for Tolerance and Community Collaboration. Working through partnerships with other groups the committee provides medical care, English as a Second Language classes, education, citizenship training and youth mentorship. In 2000, Debra became the founder and director of the Center for Latino Outreach and Research Services, serving business organizations and Latino families in Bulloch County. Debra is an active volunteer with the Southeast Georgia Communities Project, a non-profit organization that serves migrant workers and their families in a five-county area.