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Sarah is a Local Health Nurse II for our Warren County Health Department. Sarah started her career with BRDHD on December 9, 1991.
Sarah’s nominations had the following comments…….“Sarah is a kind soul, who goes the extra mile for her patients and individuals both in and out of our facility. She spends extra time with her patients when needed making sure that they are aware of community resource’s and that they understand what is needed to stay healthy. She is in frequent communication with caseworkers from the international center making sure that they are aware of the needs of patients who are language impaired. When I was a new nurse, she was always willing to teach and educate me on the needs of my job, and has shared a great wealth of knowledge that she has obtained in her 20+ years here at BRDHD. She is always seeing the needs of her fellow employees as well, and offering kind words and support in times of trouble.”
Emily is a Senior Support Associate II for our Barren County Health Department. Emily started her career with BRDHD on November 7, 2005.
Emily’s nominations had the following comments…….“ Emily goes above and beyond her job title, and makes sure every job gets done when a coworker has to miss, whether it’s her responsibility or not. She is very knowledgeable of the policies and procedures of BRDHD, and deserves recognition! She is a great leader and coworker! We are all blessed to get to work with her every day in Barren County!”
Jackie is our Senior Support Associate Supervisor for our Barren County Health Department. Jackie started her career with BRDHD on December 5, 1994.
Jackie’s nominations had the following comments…….“ I always feel like Jackie is batting for me. She does what she can for me to make my job easier; and, she is great at helping me with any and everything, even if it isn’t work related. She cares about me and my coworkers, and works well under stress. She goes out of her way to help others without even being asked.
Jackie truly cares for her employees, She is not going to ask us to do something that she is not willing to do herself. If you have a concern, you can go to her, address the problem and you know it will be handled. If you have a question, you know she will help you, even if that means she stays over at the end of our workday. She is always willing to help with pef’s. She is just over all a great supervisor and willing to do whatever she can to help the agency strive!”
Anna is our Clinical Assistant for our Warren County Health Department, but serves our Family Planning patients in all eight counties. Anna started her career with BRDHD on January 7, 2013.
Anna’s nominations had the following comments…….“Anna is one of the hardest working, most dedicated people I have ever met. She’s very conscientious about her work, and always ensures that her tasks are completed efficiently and to the very best of her ability. She is always willing to lend a helping hand. She has one of the most caring, loving spirits that encompasses her work and the way she treats those around her-patients and coworkers included!
Anna is well liked by everyone she meets. She is able to effectively communicate with people from all walks of life. She actively engages with all employees, as well. She has a warm heart and great sense of humor. Beyond that, she is a dedicated employee who rarely calls in sick and works hard every single day to ensure our patients’ needs are met.”
Kathy is our School Nurse for TC Cherry Elementary School in the Bowling Green City School System. Kathy started her career with BRDHD on November 14, 2011.
Kathy’s nominations had the following comments…….“Kathy has been at TC Cherry Elementary for several years. She is dependable, and has become a part of the school. She is a leader for all students to have access to both quality healthcare and dental services. She takes every opportunity in educating students, parents and staff on how to manage their health care, and how to prevent illness. She teaches something to EVERY child EVERY time she sees them. Kathy encourages the students to be the best that they can be. (I feel a lot of that comes from her military training and background, but mostly it comes from her heart and dedication to all people.) She is always willing to volunteer to help in her school, community and BRDHD. She has assisted in clinic, trainings, BGPR camp, and always demonstrates great leadership when she is around her peers. She promotes positivity even when it is a negative situation.”
Nel is our Burmese Translator for our Warren County Health Department. Nel started her career with BRDHD on September 14, 2015.
Nel’s nominations had the following comments…….“Nel is the epitome of the perfect employee. Nel is conscientious about every aspect of her job, and works hard to provide the best possible care to our patients. She is the voice for so many patients, and provides excellent translation of their needs and concerns. Her demeanor is that of grace and eloquence. Her kind, gentle spirit is a ray of sunshine to all of those in her presence.”
Sandy is our Senior Support Associate Supervisor for our Warren County Health Department. Sandy started her career with BRDHD on February 29, 2016.
Sandy’s nominations had the following comments…….“Sandy has so much on her plate, but since she is so organized, nothing goes undone; Sandy is a great leader, who is respected by her staff; Sandy holds both herself and her staff accountable; Sandy is always sincere and helpful to both staff and patients; while Sandy is very professional, she definitely knows how to make our staff meetings fun!”
Michelle is a Senior Support Associate II for our Warren County Health Department. Michelle started her career with BRDHD on June 28, 2010.
Michelle’s nomination had the following comments…….“Michelle goes over and above to make sure the WIC clients are taken care of; she is very conscientious regarding her work. She sincerely cares and it shows every day.
Michelle wants to make sure the patients are well taken care of and always has all their needs met if possible. Michelle is one of the best team players that we have and never hesitates to jump in to get her hands dirty. Michelle has picked up extra work while we are transitioning to our new E clinical works and still was able to complete her own jobs. She is a good Christian young lady. She treats her patients as if they were her family and always has their best interest at heart. I feel Michelle deserves a big pat on the back for all she has done for the BRDHD.”
Chip is a Public Health Services Coordinator for our district-wide Communicable Disease Team. Chip started his career with BRDHD on October 4, 1999. Chip’s nomination had the following comments…….“Chip has been a driving force in starting the needle exchange program. He has always worked toward treating everyone that seeks services with respect and a desire to help that is affirming to those he works within the program.”
Carolyn is our Nurse Supervisor for our Butler County Health Department. Carolyn started her career with BRDHD on October 4, 1999.
Carolyn’s nomination had the following comments…….“Carolyn is always willing to go the extra mile to make her patients feel at ease and respected.” “Carolyn is easy to work with and willing to cooperate with teammates from other branches. She is a consummate professional who takes personal pride in her local health department and BRDHD. Whether it is seeing patients or helping keep the building clean she is always ready to do what needs to be done.”
Jane is our Nurse Supervisor for our Simpson County Health Department. Jane started her career with BRDHD on August 30, 2004.
Jane’s nomination had the following comments…….”Jane always greets everyone with a smile and an excited hello! Jane is an AMAZING person to work with. She has always been so supportive of her School Nurses. We love her!! Jane is always supportive and provides reassurance; makes herself available when I need to talk to her! Love her wild personality and gentle heart. Jane is a hardworking, respectful, dedicated nurse who not only cares for her patients, but her employees. She spends countless hours dedicated to Simpson Co. As the only nurse in clinic 4/5 days, she accomplishes seeing each of her patients in a timely and efficient manner. She treats each patient as though they are her own family, and provides care and service that can’t be found elsewhere. The entire Simpson Co community speaks so highly of “Ms. Jane”. She truly exhibits all of the qualities that a public health nurse and a center coordinator should while adding her own personal flair to the job. Jane treats all of our patients with respect. She works well with all of her staff. She makes working at the Simpson Co Health Department pleasurable. She is well respected in the community and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Jane exhibits many great traits. She is always caring in what she says; she leads by example; she always treats everyone with respect; she is honest, has a positive attitude, and ALWAYS is a team player and cares about everyone she works with.”
Cara is the Nurse Program Manager for our district-wide Community Health Management program. Cara started her career with BRDHD on April 15, 2013.
Cara’s nomination had the following comments…….”Cara works closely within her team, always looking out for the best interest of her patients. She is kind and compassionate to her patients, but tells them the truth so they can work on it together. She does a great job with her patients and the Community Health Management program.”
Shirley is a Local Health Nurse for our Warren County Health Department. Shirley started her career with BRDHD on February 7, 2011. Shirley’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Shirley is always willing to help out as needed, and maintains a positive attitude”; “Shirley is very approachable no matter how hectic things may get”; “Shirley has great attendance, and always strives to be accurate and detailed”; “She doesn’t shy away from new duties, and is always willing to answer any questions someone may have”; “Shirley always gives the best of herself to every patient.”
Tammy is a School Nurse for our Barren County Health Department. The school she serves is South Green Elementary in the Barren County School System. Tammy started her career with BRDHD on July 11, 2011.
Tammy’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Tammy is so helpful, especially to new school nurses”; “Tammy is a great mentor to new school nurses; she tells all of us to call, text or email any questions we might have”; “One day I needed support with a diabetic child, and Tammy walked me through each step in order to safely take care of the student”; and, “Tammy treats each and every person with respect and kindness.”
Anita is a Senior Support Associate for our Butler County Health Department. Anita started her career with BRDHD on June 4, 2007. Anita will receive a $20 gift card from Wal-mart and an article about her on our website.
Anita’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”As office manager and school nurse clerk for Butler County, Anita always does an exceptional job”; “Anita is so knowledgeable about all aspects of her job”; “Anita always goes above and beyond to help every person, assisting everyone with any question/concern they might have.”; “Anita is kind and thoughtful, always making herself available to help everyone”; “Anita helped set up a new school clinic at Butler Middle, making charts and getting the clinic organized; she didn’t have to do that, but she did”; and, “Anita is the glue that holds us all together.”
Belinda is a Local Health Nurse for our Barren County Health Department. Belinda started her career with BRDHD on April 16, 2001. Belinda will receive a $20 gift card from Wal-mart and an article about her on our website. Belinda’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Belinda has such a caring heart for both her patients and the staff at Barren County.”; “Belinda is always willing to answer questions for staff, even stopping what she might be doing to help.”; “Belinda’s love for nursing shows the minute she walks in the door, always smiling and speaking to everyone”; “Belinda always goes above and beyond what is expected out of a nurse.”; and, “Belinda bonds and connects with her patients to make them feel comfortable.”
Jama is a Health Environmentalist II for our Simpson County Health Department. Jana started her career with BRDHD on March 4, 2002. Jama’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Jama recently became a Retail Food Specialist for BRDHD, meaning she will provide annual restaurant inspection standardization for all BRDHD environmentalist.”; “Jama is very compassionate, knowledgeable and dedicated to her job.”; “Jama has had a higher than normal amount of animal bites in managing the Simpson County Rabies Control program.”; “Jama has also seen an increase in septic tank permits with the Simpson County Onsite Sewage Disposal program, which helps to protect our underground water-table from being contaminated with bacteria..”; “Jama is flexible and goes out of her way to help others.”; and, “Jama works well with all Simpson County community leaders, and is well respected throughout Simpson County!”
Chelsey is a Local Health Nurse I for our Warren County Health Department. Chelsey started her career with BRDHD on July 6, 2015. Chelsey’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Chelsey is a wonderful, dedicated, hard-working nurse and team player.”; “Chelsey always has a positive attitude and smile on her face.”; “Chelsey is always willing and eager to do anything asked of her.”; “She is a selfless person who goes above and beyond for her patients and peers.”; “She has a very kind and caring spirit towards her patients and coworkers.”; and, “Her sweet spirit is a blessing to so many people!”
Chelsea is a Medical Nutrition Therapy Nutritionist on our Community Health Improvement Team. She provides medical nutrition therapy to patients for all eight counties in our health district. Chelsea started her career with BRDHD on April 27, 2015. Chelsea’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Chelsea has such a sweet and compassionate spirit.”; “Chelsea is always willing to step up to do whatever needs to be done to see her patients.”; “Chelsea always has a smile on her face.”; “Public health is such a great fit professionally for Chelsea.”; and, “We are very fortunate to have her on our team!”
Carolyn is a Public Health Nurse II for our Communicable Disease Team. She serves as the TB Coordinator for all eight (8) counties in our health district. Carolyn started her career with BRDHD on September 24, 2007. Carolyn’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Carolyn’s dedication to her patients is highly commendable.”; “Carolyn is always willing to go out of her way to help her fellow employees with whatever need they may have.”; “Carolyn’s kind and gentle manner make her a joyful presence in the lives of her patients and fellow employees.”; “Carolyn was recently recognized by the KY Public Health Association as the Public Health Nurse of the Year for 2016. If that organization recognizes her outstanding service and dedication to our agency, then we should as well.”; and, “Carolyn is such a wonderful, helpful employee.”
Kathy is a Public Health Services Coordinator for our Community Health Promotion Branch. Kathy started her career with BRDHD on August 25, 2008 and serves Butler, Logan, and Simpson counties. Kathy’s nomination letters had the following comments: “Kathy is always a kind and friendly face to everyone she meets. She is always a team player and has an outstanding outlook on everything.”; “Kathy really gets everyone motivated, both staff and community partners.”; “Kathy is always willing to learn new things and is consistently a positive person.”; “Kathy is enthusiastic and committed to each duty of her job.”; “Kathy is a walking advertisement for BRDHD.”; “Kathy has been referred to as Logan County Health Department’s best kept secret.”; and, “Kathy makes each staff member feel special and appreciated.”
Yolanda is an Advanced Practitioner Registered Nurse for all eight of our county health departments, focusing on family planning service delivery. Yolanda started her career with BRDHD on November 24, 2014. Yolanda’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”As long as I have been here I don’t remember an APRN getting as many compliments from patients as Yolanda does.”; “Yolanda is an exceptional person to work with; she is kind, courteous and a team player.”; “Yolanda is very flexible and always willing to do whatever is needed to get the workday done and done correctly.”; “Yolanda is welcoming to every face she meets; patients love her.”; and “Patients remark on how easy Yolanda is to talk to, and they feel confident in her skills to take care of them”.
Lana is the Nurse Supervisor for our Warren County Health Department. Lana started her career with BRDHD on April 9, 2007. Lana’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Lana has an amazing attitude, never complaining and always smiling”; “Lana has had a giant workload (managing clerks and nurses) the past few months and always pushes forward”; “Lana is always helpful to both nurses and clerks”; “Lana is compassionate and understanding, and just connects with her employees”; “Lana is a leader, caregiver and role model for even us new staff”; and, “Lana is a great listener, great problem solver, hard worker, kind and has lots of patience”.
Tara is a Family Support Worker for our HANDS program for our Warren County Health Department. Tara started her career with BRDHD on November 10, 2014. Tara’s nomination letters had the following comments…….”Tara has an incredible work ethic, who very rarely misses work”; “Tara has never hesitated to accept an assignment and eagerly volunteers, especially when it benefits her team. For example, a new family was being considered for assignment to Tara or another co-worker; based on the Mom’s availability being Wednesday evenings, Tara volunteered to visit the family so her co-worker would not have to miss church”; “Tara has a caring heart and an easygoing personality”; “Tara’s documentation is excellent, capturing just the right highlights and sentiments, more than once bringing the chart reviewers to tears”.
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Many companies single out employees who have done exemplary work by naming them “employee of the month.” Being named an employee of the month is an honor for many people. Often the title comes with benefits such as an increase in pay, the employee's picture on the wall of the company, a gift, a day off and/or other perks. Companies have different ways of selecting employees of the month. If you are a customer who has a favorite employee at a company or a coworker who is impressed by the work of a colleague, consider nominating that person to be an employee of the month.
Obtain the contact information for the individual or group of people responsible for selecting the employee of the month. Check if there is a deadline for submitting nominations to them.
Determine whether the company has a specific protocol for nominating people to be the employee of the month. If the company does have a protocol, you should follow it. For example, if the company requires nominations to be submitted by email or written in a specific form, you should comply with those requirements. If there is no required method of submitting employee of the month nominations, compose a letter to the person or group of individuals responsible for recognizing employees of the month.
Begin the letter by indicating that you are writing to nominate the employee for the employee of the month. Clearly indicate the employee's name and position. Think about the reasons why you feel the employee should be named the employee of the month. If the employee is your coworker, describe how he goes above and beyond his assigned duties. Provide specific examples of times when the employee has done something to impress you. Describe how the employee is an asset to the company. If the employee has assisted you as a customer, explain how the employee made your experience with the company favorable.
Write about how the employee will contribute to the company in the future. If the employee has particular personality traits that make her a valuable employee, describe them. If you think that the employee exhibits work habits or skills that you think that other employees should emulate, mention them.
Sign your name at the bottom of the nomination. Deliver it to the appropriate recipient(s).
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Due to the new position available in our offices I would like to nominate Mr. ______________ as (Designation) _______________. The reason I am doing this is because this person is a perfect match to this position. He is one of the highly qualified person, I have ever known as well as very active member of our group. I believe that he has all necessary skills and qualifications to present this position. He has great leadership and motivational skills that are essential for this position.
I truly hope that my colleague will be chosen for that nomination since I honestly believe that the company needs a general director like him.
There is a need of someone who will do his best for the welfare of each of us and the company in general. We need a leader and motivator in order to step ahead.
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two additional pages of supporting materials such as testimonial letters, guest Describe why your nominee deserves this award; include examples of teamwork. 2. List any other accomplishments (employee of the month/year, outstanding.
My nominee brings strong assets to his/her role and our group is incredibly fortunate to have him/her as our administrator.
First, s/he is dedicated and hardworking. S/he is extremely organized and focused on continuously learning and developing best practices to manage routine activities both efficiently and effectively. S/he brings a positive high energy and a personal touch. When I began my term as chair, s/he had developed processes and procedures over the years for managing our department that thoroughly impressed me. This brings consistency, as department chairs rotate, and helps each of us to start our term running, rather than scrambling to orient ourselves.
S/he brings true professional attributes to Ross and genuinely cares about delivering excellent quality work. S/he strives to integrate both an understanding of the big picture strategy and goals (for the school, for the department), as well as attention to details. Many times over the last few years, I have approached him/her on a non-standard matter with only a vague idea in my mind of what we needed or wanted to do. S/he took the initiative to figure out what the area needed with minimal guidance from me, and then delivered on the task as well. S/he also always goes above and beyond the call of duty in pursuing excellence. For example, in supporting our department retreat, s/he collaborated with the departmental committee as a team member and found creative ways to support the vision of the event with regards to the venue. The event received rave reviews by all and helped build the culture of our department.
My nominee easily develops and fosters relationships with faculty, doctoral students, and our guests. S/he actively participates in meetings and events; his/her participation enables his/her to understand the departments’ implicit needs and initiate ideas to support our efforts. S/he is terrific in welcoming our new faculty members and doctoral students, helping them adjust to the Ross School and Ann Arbor more generally. Likewise, our guest speakers and recruiting candidates encounter high quality facilitation of travel and accommodation, a welcoming personal hello, and we get rave reviews from them.
I highly recommend my nominee for a Ross Staff Recognition Award. S/he is motivated and positively engaged, serving as a true inspiration.
This employee truly deserves recognition for his/her work over the past year. S/he has tackled the largest project our department has seen with a confident, graceful determination. S/he was eager to manage a mammoth project and quickly set about educating him/her-self about all aspects of the project – above and beyond what his/her job scope required. S/he has unquestionably become the 'go-to' person for anything regarding this project due to this effort. His/her knowledge of the project is well past comprehensive – s/he knows the information intimately. This mastering of the project and everything related to it has been a huge asset to the team as we muddle our way through. The employee has been able to explain things clearly for the team – even as s/he is learning it – and has kept the project moving forward.
Though s/he makes it look effortless, this employee has spent countless hours learning the project inside and out. Despite the huge personal investment s/he has made in the project, s/he is always quick to give credit where credit is due. Whenever s/he is called out for his/her amazing work on the project, s/he makes it clear that it is a group effort, never wanting to take all the credit. Speaking even more to his/her team spirit, s/he is always collaborative – never wanting to step on toes or make decisions alone. S/he understands the collaborative nature of the project and works to make sure that people feel included and have a say, while still staying firm and on-track.
Through this incredibly stressful time, s/he can still be heard laughing often. S/he always tries to stay upbeat, look for positive outcomes or compromises in difficult circumstances, and focus on the good. This employee has been amazing to watch in action this year. S/he has tackled every challenge that came his/her way and has helped everyone around him/her do the same.
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