Volunteer of the Month

We appreciate our volunteers and the work they do each week!  THEY MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!

By helping KanCare members, they are making a difference in the lives of people who need answers to questions, who need a listening ear, who need a resource. Thanks to them, an answer is readily available with a friendly voice and someone who wants to help.

Meet our Volunteer of the Month

Carol was born in Brooklyn, New York. She lived on the East Coast until attending college in Illinois. Carol met her husband while in College. They were to later move to Kansas where her husband attended medical school at the University of Kansas. Carol graduated with a nursing degree working until her second daughter was born. Carol raised her 4 girls, returning to seminary school approximately 20 years later and became a pastor. Her hobbies include reading and knitting; making preemie hats she shares with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Wesley Medical Center. Carol loves to travel, she enjoys gardening at home, as well as her church. She shared that her church has a community garden and vegetables are shared with local food banks. Carol has been a Ombudsman Volunteer since November 2015.

Thank for your commitment to supporting KanCare/Medicaid members in resolving problems regarding services, coverage, access and rights. We appreciate you!

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