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Top 15 Most Earned Social Capital (This month)

Kristin Moretz
1|
+32sc earned social capital
Josie Carter
2|
+32sc earned social capital
Chasity Davis
3|
+20sc earned social capital
Tomiyo Williams
4|
+20sc earned social capital
Asmita Gathoo
5|
+20sc earned social capital
Juliette Berlin
6|
+20sc earned social capital
Deirdre Jackson
7|
+20sc earned social capital
Supernia Carter
8|
+10sc earned social capital
Diane BRown
9|
+10sc earned social capital
Jeff Nichols
10|
+5sc earned social capital
Anonymous
11|
+5sc earned social capital
Anonymous
12|
+5sc earned social capital
Tee Cee
13|
+5sc earned social capital
Jason McClain
14|
+5sc earned social capital
Anonymous
15|
+5sc earned social capital

Top 20 Most Earned Social Capital (All time)

Women Engaged
1|
+650sc earned social capital
Atl #JobswithJustice
2|
+119sc earned social capital
Angela Saxton
3|
+104sc earned social capital
Malika Redmond
4|
+84sc earned social capital
Loretta Ross
5|
+64sc earned social capital
Valerie Redmond
6|
+45sc earned social capital
chris watts
7|
+42sc earned social capital
Candace Gaiters
8|
+40sc earned social capital
Salome Paul
9|
+40sc earned social capital
Vanessa Mccullough
10|
+38sc earned social capital
Sophia Bax-Wooten
11|
+38sc earned social capital
Tiffany Riley
12|
+38sc earned social capital
Casidy Campbell
13|
+38sc earned social capital
Sierra Witcher
14|
+38sc earned social capital
Kendal Reed
15|
+36sc earned social capital
Stephanie Sutton
16|
+36sc earned social capital
Housing Justice League Atl
17|
+36sc earned social capital
Megan DuBose
18|
+36sc earned social capital
Bowers Fred
19|
+35sc earned social capital
Carter Cagle
20|
+35sc earned social capital

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