Two of the Partners in Health and Wholeness program’s regional coordinators have been honored recently.
Joy Williams has been named a 2017 Rural Health Fellow by the National Rural Health Association. She is one of 16 fellows who will participate in a yearlong, intensive program to develop leaders who can articulate a clear and compelling vision for rural America. NRHA works to improve the health and well-being of rural Americans and provide leadership on rural health issues through advocacy, communications, education, and research.
Jessica Stokes has been appointed to the Greenville Human Relations Council. Members are chosen by the Mayor and City Council. The HRC exists to promote equality, understanding, and respect through “education, advocacy, communication, and initiation of actions that foster recognition of and appreciation for the diversity” of Greenville. The Council’s work embraces diversity in all forms: age, gender, orientation, income, education, race and ethnicity.
Our congratulations to Joy and Jessica for being selected!