Career Women’s Network announces officers, board
Career Women’s Network of Macon announced its 2015-16 new officers and board members.
The newly installed officers are president Beth Byers, Middle Georgia State University; president-elect Ann Lear, Central Georgia Technical College; first vice president Parris Story, Georgia State College & State University; correspondence secretary Arleen Samuels, Macon Water Authority; recording secretary Lisa Gilbert; treasurer Christy West, State Bank and Trust; and past president Jocelyn Hunt, Macon Water Authority.
The board of directors for 2015-17 includes Dianna Glymph, Gigi Rolfes, Jean Denerson, Donna Drummond, Lisa Golphin and Megan Allen while 2014-16 board members are Gigi Rolfes, Judy Hodgens, Beverly Dawson, Montene Carroll and emeritus member Tammie Collins.Avatar Solutions, a survey data management and performance improvement company, has recognized Navicent Health for the most improved employee engagement score among all Avatar clients for 2014. The health system has also been named a finalist for efforts to improve overall job satisfaction.
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In order to improve job satisfaction and increase employee engagement, Navicent Health partnered with Avatar Solutions in 2013 to conduct its first annual employee engagement survey.
Employee participation in the 2015 annual survey increased by 9 percent, with 80 percent of employees sharing their opinions this year, representing Best In Class for health care employers participation.Mission and Ministry Inc., a foundation of the Province of St. Louise of the Daughters of Charity, bestowed the St. Louise de Marillac Service Award for Outstanding Volunteers on Kay Gerhardt and Gary Musolf of Macon.
Gerhardt and Musolf were recognized for their service at Daybreak, Depaul USA’s day/resource center for homeless men and women in Macon. the foundation cited Gerhardt and Musolf’s work in establishing Daybreak, leading the capital campaign that funded the purchase and renovation of the Daybreak building, generating community support for the program and providing guidance and direction to Depaul USA’s board of directors.Anna Tripp has been promoted to a Geico accident tow supervisor in the Macon regional office. Tripp began her career in 2012 as a glass claims representative.
Hope Styons has been selected to the regional office salvage lead supervisor. Styons began her career in 2004 as a claims representative. She was previously a salvage supervisor and most recently a payment recovery unit supervisor.
-- Angela Woolen