Santa Ana, CA (PressExposure) July 06, 2013 -- Congratulations to Petra Alluis, Director of Educational Development for Judgment Recovery Institute, who was named Volunteer of the Year at its annual meeting on July 1, 2013.
Thomas Williams, CEO of the Judgment Recovery Institute and Dana Rodriguez, Chief Coordinator with the National Bureau of Judgment Enforcement, presented the prestigious award to Alluis.
"I am proud and honored to accept this award. There are many other volunteers who have contributed so much to the growth and success of the Judgment Recovery Institute and I am simply one of them, thank you for allowing me the continued opportunity to serve and be part of an amazing team of volunteers," Alluis said. "Education remains at the heart of our mission and I look forward to building onward by providing education, support and encouragement for the current and future students and graduates of the Judgment Recovery Institute."
For the second year in a row, the Judgment Recovery Institute has honored Alluis with this award. Alluis has worked tirelessly to promote, educate other students, graduates and educators; by donating over 1,000 hours last year. Alluis continues to be a vital asset in a number of areas, such as research, monitoring, enforcement, education and management advisory.
Since 2009, Alluis has served on the Board, actively working to guide Judgment Recovery Institute towards its goals. "Being a volunteer takes more than dedication and passion for many times it is these same generous people that are on the front lines of public grievances," said Dana Rodriguez. "Petra continues to be a walking example and inspiration to others, as she has quoted many times from respective, motivational speaker Les Brown, 'When life knocks you down, try to land on your back. Because if you can look up, you can get up', she has been an inspiration to watch, learn and follow so with much thankfulness, I am proud to honor her with this reward,"