Larimer County’s Inclusion Administrator Nicole Berg was recognized by the Board of Larimer County Commissioners for receiving the State of Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Shining Star of Disability Employment Award. Larimer County was recognized in one of four categories being selected for the large employer category.
Larimer County was selected for its work on hiring people with disabilities, part of Goal two, Objective Two of the 2019 – 2023 Larimer County Strategic Plan.
“It looks like we’re making great progress in this area, and I wish to say thanks to you all,” said Larimer County Commissioner John Kefalas.
“Work is one of the most tangible ways for a person to prove their value in society. Anything we can do to help folks — the payback comes back to us all in many ways,” said Larimer County Commissioner Tom Donnelly.
L to R: Larimer County Commissioners Steve Johnson and John Kefalas; Larimer County Human Services Director Heather O'Hayre; Larimer County Manager Linda Hoffmann; Larimer County Human Resources Director Bridget Paris; Larimer County Commissioner Tom Donnelly, and Larimer County Inclusion Administrator Nicole Berg [seated].
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