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Kayla Volker is the new circulation director at the Morris Sun Tribune. As circulation director, Volker is responsible for managing subscriptions and working with customers who call or visit the Sun Tribune office.
Volker earned BA in organizations management and human resources with an emphasis in financial management from the University of Minnesota, Morris in 2014. Prior to coming to the Sun Tribune, Volker worked at Willie’s SuperValu as a cashier and supervisor for almost seven years.
Volker lived in Donnelly until she was a junior in high school, then moved to the family farm near Herman. When she’s not at work, Volker enjoys being outdoors hunting, gardening, fishing and mowing the lawn.
Hennepin County Medical Center’s chief nursing officer (CNO) Kathy Wilde of Morris was recognized by the Women’s Health Leadership Trust April 29 at a networking dinner held at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Wilde was one of 35 women leaders from across the state who were recognized for exemplifying leadership excellence in the health care industry.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by this organization,” said Wilde, “Networking with leaders in the healthcare field is a great way to learn more about what’s being done to improve healthcare for all Minnesotans.” Wilde joined Hennepin County Medical Center in July 2007 and has more than 30 years of nursing leadership experience.