The Pella Professional and Business Women’s Forum (PPBWF) will feature guest speaker Kim Dorn from Marion County Public Health for their upcoming program.
The program will be held Thursday, Sept. 17 at Central College in the Graham Conference Center -Graham 1 from 12-1 p.m. Lunch is provided in a guest fee. Guests are encouraged to join with an annual membership if they desire. Information is available upon request, and face masks or face shields are required in Central College campus buildings.
Dorn will be addressing COVID-19 related topics from her unique perspective in public health. She has been the director of Marion County Public Health since April 1999. Prior to that, Dorn worked as director of the private non-profit agency Mahaska County Homemaker Health Aide Service. She has been the president of the Iowa Association of Home Care and the Iowa Public Health Association. She is married with two grown children and is looking forward to becoming a grandma this fall.
PPBWF is a networking and professional development organization for women in Pella and the surrounding area. Members meet the third Thursday of each month (except August) for networking and learning from featured speakers. Membership is open to career-oriented and business women of all ages who are interested in enhancing their personal and professional life and forming valuable connections with other women in the community.