Congratulations to Deborah Taylor Tate, a graduate of the first YLC Class in 1985 and Director of the Tennessee Supreme Court/Administrative Office of the Courts, for receiving the Janice M. Holder Award by the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services, a nonprofit that pairs low-income and elderly people with legal services. Named in honor of the first female chief justice of the state Supreme Court, the award honors Tate’s work to ensure the legal system is open and available to all and highlights her hands-on involvement in combating the opioid crisis by developing court-related resources for legal issues that arise from opioid abuse. Widely published by local, national, international media, she is a former Federal Communications Commissioner and recipient of the YWCA Academy for Women of Achievement (AWA), among her many other awards.