Over the years, ACE of Florida has recognized long-standing, outstanding performances of its members by inducting them into the ACE Hall of Fame. The ACE of Florida Hall of Fame plaque represents over 25 years of recognizing adult educators who have gone above and beyond for the benefit of adult education and ACE of Florida around the state. These individuals have given unselfishly to promote Adult Education and ACE of Florida. During the 2018 ACE Conference, ACE of Florida President, Maria Miranda, recognized Andrew Jenkins as the 2018 ACE of Florida Hall of Fame inductee. Andrew has served on the ACE of Florida Board of Directors for a decade, most recently serving as the first official, two-year president from 2015-2017. Andrew has accomplished many things for Adult Education and ACE of Florida including his leadership in guiding the organization as it facilitated the COABE National Conference in Orlando in the Spring of 2017. Andrew’s co-workers describe him as dependable, honest, and friendly. They say he is the most genuine person they know, and he always finds the good in people. A former ACE Board of Directors member stated, “I have met administrators all over the state of Florida. In the ten years it has been my privilege to know Andrew, I have never met a more honorable, genuine, sincere, and caring administrator. Orange County, Florida and ACE are all better off because of Andrew and his leadership. Andrew’s boss wrote that, “Andrew and I started out administrative careers together as high school assistant principals in 1994. Working side-by-side for 5 years, it was evident even then that Drew had a heart for students…..all students. That passion has only grown over the year and as fate would have it, I have been honored to work side-by-side with him again these past 5 years in Adult Education. It is a privilege to see a real educator work hard every day with even more enthusiasm for students then he had back in 1994.” We could never say or do enough to show Andrew how much he has done it was an honor to recognize him at the 2018 Conference as a Hall of Fame inductee.