Leading in Unprecedented Times – A Candid Discussion with Director of ODJFS, Kimberly Hall
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About the Event
Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Director Kimberly Hall will share her experiences navigating the tremendous challenges of 2020. We will address how she makes difficult decisions, drives social justice and perseveres.
ODJFS is a $3.7 billion agency with approximately 2,400 employees. ODJFS is responsible for supervising the state's public assistance, workforce development, unemployment insurance, child and adult protective services, adoption, child care, and child support programs.
Hall was appointed to her current role by Gov. Mike DeWine in January 2019. She was previously SVP of Administration at Columbus State Community College and deputy chief counsel for Attorney General DeWine. Hall also served as deputy chief counsel for the Ohio Department of Education and was an attorney with the Vorys, Seymour and Pease firm and the Littler Mendelson firm.
Please join us for this impactful discussion. Admission is free and open to both members and non-members.