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Commissioner Highlight: Corina Sadler, TX 

It's time for a commissioner highlight! Today, we're recognizing Corina Sadler, who has been serving as a commissioner with OneStar for two years.

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Corina said, "I’m proud to be a national service commissioner for the OneStar Foundation in Texas because volunteerism changed my life. Through mentorship and service in my teenage years, I was given the tools I needed to have a successful career and lead a life of service. Transformational volunteerism requires investment, stewardship, and room to innovate. I chose a career in public service because of my volunteer experiences. I then accepted the commissioner nomination because, for me, being a commissioner means I am a voice for volunteers, I am an advocate for nonprofits, and I believe in the power of national service members. In my state, you will find big hearts, big dreams, and big vision for national service led by OneStar. Everything is bigger in Texas; it’s true!"

Thank you for your service, Corina!

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About America's Service Commissions
America's Service Commissions is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing and promoting the 52 state service commissions across the United States and territories with the mission to lead and elevate the state service network. State service commissions are governor-appointed public agencies or nonprofit organizations made up of more than 1,000 commissioners, private citizens leading the nation's service movement and administering more than 75 percent of the federal AmeriCorps funds to address pressing community needs.