BMNO member Phyllis Mitzen will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement award at the National Association of Social Workers, Illinois Chapter’s 2014 Chicago District Awards Event. We hope that many will join us for the March 31 awards event as we celebrate the important work of Phyllis and others in the social work field! For more details on the award event and to RSVP, click here.
Phyllis has played a key role in Bridge Model development through her position as a consultant with Health & Medicine Policy Research Group. Through her work with Bridge as well as many other policy and program-level projects, Phyllis has consistently advocated for person- and community-centered care, and she has supported future leaders in aging and social work through her work with the Older Adult Studies program at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. Click here for more on Phyllis and other individuals being honored at the event.