On Friday, April 21, St. Luke’s was proud to partner in the Carbon County Collaborative 12th Annual Human Services Priorities Breakfast (download the brochure here). This year’s theme was “Live Here, Work Here, Keep Carbon County Strong!” A highlight of the event, is the Excellence in Service Award presented to Kim Whitney (pictured above) for her dedication and commitment to improving the lives of Carbon County children and families. For over 20 years, Kim Whitney has been dedicated to the children and families of Carbon County. Her commitment to PathStone Carbon County Child Development Center has made a difference in the lives of countless children and families to help them achieve their school readiness and personal goals to build a stronger, healthier community. Kim has participated in the Carbon County Collaborative for over 10 years, worked diligently behind the scenes, and participated in other committees when needed.
If you want to learn more and/or join the Collaborative, please email Secretary Rosemarie Lister at email@example.com.
Mr and Mrs Wayne Nothstein
PA Area Health Education Center (AHEC) East
Michael S Greek
AmeriHealth Caritas Northeast
Carbon County Community Foundation
Homestead Family Services
Pinebrook Family Answers
St Luke’s University Health Network
Friends of Dan Ziegler
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau
Lehigh Carbon Community College
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Stay up-to-date on health and human services in Carbon County. Membership is open to qualified partners. Request to join or present at an upcoming meeting by clicking the button below and putting “Carbon Collaborative” in your email’s subject line.
- Co-Chair, Wayne Nothstein (Carbon County Commissioner)
- Co-Chair, Sue Ziegler (Carbon County Area Agency on Aging)
- Vice Chair, Jill Geissinger (Carbon County Children and Youth Services Administrator)
- Secretary, Rosemarie Lister (St Lukes Univ Health Network)
- Treasurer, Cindy Lynd (Eastcentral PA Area Health Ed Center)
2019 State of the Child and Family Report
Please note: To facilitate communication and participation in the Carbon Collaborative, the Carbon County Community Foundation hosts this page for the group. While CCCF supports the Carbon Collaborative’s mission, the two organizations are distinct, separate, and not formally affiliated.