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    Extraordinary Jeffco Women Honored by the West Chamber


    Mary Berg, deputy director of Jefferson County Human Services and Pam Nissler, executive director of Jefferson County Public Library, were honored at The West Chamber’s Celebrate Women of Jefferson County breakfast on Thursday, Nov. 17, at Denver Marriott West. The event honors women who have left their mark in Jefferson County both personally and professionally. This year marks the 15th year of the Celebrate Women of Jefferson County event.

    From westchamber.org:
    “Every once in a while you cross paths with a woman whose drive, perseverance and accomplishments far exceed the status quo. This woman inspires and humbles you. You admire her unceasing dedication to the things in life that matter most to her. You aspire to attain the same level of selfless service and generosity. You are proud to call her a friend, a co-worker, a family member, or mentor. Now is your chance to recognize and celebrate with her.”

    About Mary Berg

    Mary’s vision is contagious and her high expectation for achievement spreads to every partner and community agency with which she interacts. Her expertise is known and trusted throughout the state and the country. She is trusted and called upon on a frequent basis when discussing issues to keep our families and children healthy and safe.

    Mary is invested in customer service. Her high expectations are clear with staff and community partners. She works to improve inter-agency cooperation for the benefit of families and has implemented strategies between Jefferson County Head Start and the Division of Children, Youth and Families to ensure that dual system families receive comprehensive un-duplicated services. Mary works to ensure that best practices are shared amongst Head Start and other community partners.

    About Pam Nissler

    Pam has provided inspired leadership to Jefferson County Public Library for the past seven years. During that time, she led the organization through the devastating economic downturn (2010-2015), contributed to the delivery of award-winning library services (2010-2012), introduced a new service model to modernize library services (2013), and managed the organization through a county-wide mill-levy initiative led by the Library Board of Trustees (2015).

    Pam is an outstanding leader and continues to develop her leadership skills. She’s active with two leadership groups in Colorado: The Front Range Library Directors' Council and the Metro Area Libraries Council, where C-level professionals meet to share ideas and learn from one another. Most recently, she attended the Urban Library Council's Annual Forum, to explore and help develop library frameworks at the local and national level.




    November 16, 2016


    Last Updated: 11-17-2016