After six decades at Temple University, Johnson is still so passionate about her work and has no plans to retire.
Lida Orzeck and Gale Epstein didn’t have a business plan when they launched Hanky Panky in 1977.
Veronica Joyner makes sure to give every student an opportunity.
Ted Dennard’s passion for bees has spawned a successful business and nonprofit.
In 1971, Martha Blanding became the fourth-ever Black person to work as a Disneyland tour guide and she hasn’t left since.
Nancy O’Connor has run Mary’s Luncheonette for 37 years. But the diner won’t close until she’s ready to retire.
Pierre Robert has sat across from rock and roll legends like Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Lewis Dubois Bassett founded Bassetts Ice Cream 150 years ago and the family-owned business just keeps growing.
Modesta Ventura started her career 43 years ago as a Marriott cleaner who spoke very little English. Now she’s one of the bosses.
Jaison Scott was born in Pike Place Market — and now he owns a business there.