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    Jeanne Freeman
    Quad-County Public Health Preparedness Manager

    High Performance Leadership Academy graduate

    County: Carson City, Nev.

    Number of years in role: 4

    Don’t miss this in my county: Lake Tahoe, State Capital Grounds

    Most influential person in my career: My late grandfather who challenged me to always be my best in every situation. Brene Brown who has challenged me to celebrate and value my vulnerability

    Biggest challenge: The crossroads of state and local government

    Motivation for signing up for HPLA: To seek insight from leaders of varied backgrounds during a difficult time to be a public servant

    Favorite part of HPLA: Building incredible relationships with pepole who demonstrate their love of their communities through the way they serve

    Favorite leadership rule: Don't let adverse facts stand in the way of a good decision!

    My oath or motto: Leadership is the right mix of collaboration, determination, failure, grace, humility, integrity, patience, success, and vulnerability. As an individual you may not have all of these characteristics at the same time, but as a team you do!

    In my spare time: Who has spare time when you are a public health professional during a pandemic? When there is spare time I enjoy reading, watching my boys play baseball, snow skiing, riding horses, working out, traveling, and camping.

    I’m most looking forward to: Traveling again and hugging people again

    High Performance Leadership Academy graduate Jeanne Freeman is Carson City, Nev.’s Quad-County Public Health Preparedness Manager
    2022-01-18
    County News Article
    2022-01-18
High Performance Leadership Academy graduate Jeanne Freeman is Carson City, Nev.’s Quad-County Public Health Preparedness Manager

Jeanne Freeman
Quad-County Public Health Preparedness Manager

High Performance Leadership Academy graduate

County: Carson City, Nev.

Number of years in role: 4

Don’t miss this in my county: Lake Tahoe, State Capital Grounds

Most influential person in my career: My late grandfather who challenged me to always be my best in every situation. Brene Brown who has challenged me to celebrate and value my vulnerability

Biggest challenge: The crossroads of state and local government

Motivation for signing up for HPLA: To seek insight from leaders of varied backgrounds during a difficult time to be a public servant

Favorite part of HPLA: Building incredible relationships with pepole who demonstrate their love of their communities through the way they serve

Favorite leadership rule: Don't let adverse facts stand in the way of a good decision!

My oath or motto: Leadership is the right mix of collaboration, determination, failure, grace, humility, integrity, patience, success, and vulnerability. As an individual you may not have all of these characteristics at the same time, but as a team you do!

In my spare time: Who has spare time when you are a public health professional during a pandemic? When there is spare time I enjoy reading, watching my boys play baseball, snow skiing, riding horses, working out, traveling, and camping.

I’m most looking forward to: Traveling again and hugging people again

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