For Pam Martin, advocacy is a way of life. It drives her to volunteer, stay active, cultivate curiosity and to share knowledge with an eye towards making a difference. Nearly three decades ago the Martin family arrived in central Kansas from Ohio. Stepping off the plane in Wichita to 100 degrees and 30 mph winds, it was a shocking transition.
“We were in rural Ohio, in Holmes County with the largest Amish population in the world. And we lived on a 400-acre farm,” she said. “It was gorgeous. I had found my bliss.”