Clay County Health Department Director Dana Rickley Selected as One of KSNT's Remarkable Women
March is National Women’s History Month, a month dedicated to recognizing and honoring women for the great contributions they have made to the nation and in their local communities. Throughout March, Nexstar Media Group and KSNT-TV, KTMJ-TV will tell the often-overlooked stories of women who inspire and lead in their communities and across the country.
The Clay Counts Coalition is proud to announce that Clay County Health Department Director Dana Rickley has been selected by KSNT TV as one of the Remarkable Women of North Central Kansas.
Per KSNT reporter James Ryan, "Remarkable Women is a series of stories about extraordinary women doing great things in our community. Our station and company are dedicated to recognizing women, like Dana Rickley, that are making a difference."
Selected for her tireless efforts to keep the citizens of Clay County safe and healthy during, but also long before, the Covid Pandemic ever struck, Dana has led the Clay County Health Department for three decades. During this time, Mrs. Rickley helped to establish The Clay Counts Coalition, an organization that exists to promote the social, physical, and mental well-being of our community. Her efforts to address the total person, as well as her servant leadership, make her a truly respected and remarkable leader in our community.
To see Dana's story, tune into ABC station KTKA on Tuesday, March 22. That night during the 5:30 broadcast, Mrs. Rickley, and the Clay County Health Department will be showcased for their efforts in making Clay County a great place to live, learn, work and play.