International Award for Benefit to Society winners

2014: David Smith

2014: David Smith

Using his unique behavior modification training system, over 23,000 people throughout North America and around the world are able to work with electricity safely and more efficiently, without injury.

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2013: Anna Maria Roncoroni

Italian Mensan Anna Maria Roncoroni has been named the Mensa Foundation's 2013 winner of the International Award for Benefit to Society for her work as an advocate of gifted children's programs, both in Italy and internationally.

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2010: Melissa Sterry

Melissa Sterry, 2010 International Award for Benefit to Society winner

British Mensan Melissa Sterry was recognized for her development of the Bionic City, the ultimate sustainable smart city that uses knowledge about Earth's ecosystems to create a metropolis with resilience to extreme meteorological and geological events.

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2009: Katerina Havlickova

Katerina Havlickova, 2009 International Award for Benefit to Society winner

Katerina Havlícková, a member of Mensa Czech Republic, was recognized for her dedication to helping gifted children through implementation of innovative programs.

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2008: Nicole Schuster

Nicole Schuster, 2008 International Award for Benefit to Society winner

Nicole Schuster, an autistic member of Mensa Germany, was recognized for her efforts to give autistic people a voice and for her fight for their rights.

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