The celebration of women all began with one single day in 1908in New York City when thousands of women united and marched for better labor laws, conditions, and the right to vote. A year later, on February 28, in a gathering organized by members of the Socialist Party, suffragists and socialists gathered again in Manhattan for what they called the first International Woman's Day
March 1, 1972, Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination in all federally funded education programs, was passed by the Senate on. It became law later that year. In fact, the educators who formed the first Women's History Week a few years later did so to help schools comply with Title IX regulations.
Since 1995, presidents have issued a series of annual proclamations designating the month of March as "Women's History Month." These proclamations celebrate the contributions women have made to the United States and recognize the specific achievements women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields.
As a Certified Women's Business Enterprise (WBE) and a company run primarily by women, we take deep pride in the woman who have pioneered the ideas and path to grow Mobile Medical Corporation (MMC). We also would like to recognize the guidance and leadership from the woman who run our departments.
We applaud Marianne Karg, our VP and executive of Business Development. Marianne has been with MMC for 26 years and has developed great lasting relationships with the current customer base and continues to grow and market all of MMC's services.
Kelly Wilhelm is Director of Employer Healthcare Services and has worked with MMC for 20 years with a has a proven track record managing several of MMC's services including: multi and single craft substance abuse programs, on-site medical services, Osha compliance services and today spearheads MMC's newest endeavor "Employer Healthcare Services."
As MMC's on-site medical services territory manager, Jane Carey works with/trains the on-site clinicians to provide them with guidance on project best practices, daily, weekly and monthly clinic tasks as well as educating on mental health and wellness initiatives to reach both MMC and client's goals for a well-managed efficient medical facility and staff.
Carolyn Stone, on-site medical services territory manager, helps implement MMC's presence on the jobsite. When a clinician is placed at a new project, they are trained by Carolyn who will work with them to set up the medical clinic, train on our electronic medical records software, MMC's policies and procedures as well as OSHA recordability.
Holly Rossi leads MMC's human resources department. Her passion and expertise help to educate, train, monitor, problem solve, and ensure company HR policies are followed across all employees, managers, and executives.
MMC was founded in 1990 by Cynthia J. Latsko, President and Chief Executive Office. Under her leadership, MMC has grown from one woman shop to a multi-million-dollar corporation with clients and employees across the country.
This Women's History Month we would like to thank these women for their leadership, and thank our female program coordinators, paramedics, nurses, and more for the work they do at MMC.