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Top 16 Most Earned Social Capital (This month)

Michelle
1|
+20sc earned social capital
Arnetia Smalls
2|
+15sc earned social capital
Jewel McKibben
3|
+15sc earned social capital
Nakita Wells
4|
+15sc earned social capital
Patrick Cavanagh
5|
+10sc earned social capital
Oregon CareWorks
6|
+9sc earned social capital
Jacqueline H. Brown-Gaines
7|
+5sc earned social capital
Andrea Mickens
8|
+5sc earned social capital
Nicole Brooks
9|
+5sc earned social capital
Rachel McNeil
10|
+5sc earned social capital
Salena Alston
11|
+5sc earned social capital
Dr. Nilaja Green
12|
+5sc earned social capital
Shechel Williams
13|
+5sc earned social capital
Theba Parker
14|
+5sc earned social capital
Ericka Claudio
15|
+5sc earned social capital
Kamari Talley
16|
+5sc earned social capital

Top 20 Most Earned Social Capital (All time)

Women Engaged
1|
+632sc earned social capital
Angela Saxton
2|
+104sc earned social capital
Malika Redmond
3|
+59sc earned social capital
Sierra Witcher
4|
+38sc earned social capital
Bowers Fred
5|
+35sc earned social capital
Karen Wood
6|
+34sc earned social capital
A.D.A.83
7|
+33sc earned social capital
Angel Williams
8|
+30sc earned social capital
Michelle
9|
+29sc earned social capital
Zakiyyah Sabree
10|
+29sc earned social capital
Eldredge Washington
11|
+27sc earned social capital
April Lewis
12|
+27sc earned social capital
Laura Simmons
13|
+25sc earned social capital
Alissa A. Robbins
14|
+25sc earned social capital
Dia Parker
15|
+22sc earned social capital
NewVoices Pittsburgh
16|
+21sc earned social capital
Tamieka Atkins
17|
+21sc earned social capital
Sythea
18|
+20sc earned social capital
Morgan Copeland
19|
+20sc earned social capital
Amber Johnson
20|
+20sc earned social capital

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