Mutual Rescue’s “Kimo & Jazz” awarded 2022 Sharecare Emmy

The Sharecare Awards, in association with the New York chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, promote and reward excellence for the best productions and programming in health and well-being. On October 17, media personality Montel Williams presented the 2022 Sharecare Emmy in the Health Activism category to Mutual Rescue for its latest film, “Kimo & Jazz.”

Entries were judged by the Sharecare Awards Academy of Judges—a curated team of leading healthcare and media professionals with expertise in each of the competition categories. The Sharecare Award in each category was determined after a second round of judging by the deans of the Academy of Judges and a committee of additional experts.

“In an extremely competitive fourth year, each of our finalists delivered inspiring content, productions, and programs that exemplify the commitment to education, awareness, and inspired action that the Sharecare Awards were founded to recognize,” said Donna Hill Howes, chief nursing officer and senior vice president of corporate partnerships at Sharecare. “We now take great pleasure in using our platform to showcase the best-in-class work of our winners across categories that represent the diversity of experiences shaping consumers’ health and lives today.”

The Sharecare Awards is operated through the Sharecare Foundation, a nonprofit entity that Sharecare established solely in support of this awards program, with the support of its generous sponsors and in association with NY NATAS, which fosters creativity and inspires artistic and technical excellence through the renowned Emmy Award. 

“I believe activism in health care is deeply important.”
—Montel Williams, presenting the 2022 Sharecare Emmy in the Health Activism category to Mutual Rescue for “Kimo & Jazz.”