Doraville Commemorates Women's History Month

 During the March 13th, Council Meeting, Doraville’s Council declared March as Women’s History Month. On behalf of Mayor Joseph Geierman, Council Member Gerald Evans -serving as Mayor Pro Tem- issued a proclamation to recognize the work of Ky Lindberg, Chief Executive Officer of the Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia (HMHBGA), and Yaa Agyeiwaa, Director of Community Partnerships and Resources of HMHBGA.

 Receiving this award, CEO Lindberg expressed how important this proclamation is for her, as a Northwoods resident and mother of three boys. She is thankful for this recognition and for her work that allows her to uplifting the power of women. “Our organization and mission speak really deeply to my heart.” Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies of Georgia, a non-profit organization with a mission to improve maternal and infant health through advocacy, education, and access to vital resources. They offer many free and low-cost resources to facilitate access to healthcare and achieve better health outcomes for Georgia’s mothers, birth-givers, and babies.

 This proclamation commemorates and encourages the study, observance, and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. Doraville appreciates and admires the efforts of Ky Lindberg and Yaa Agyeiwaa in the community. Their work has played a significant role in providing resources and education to local metro Atlanta families, enhancing the lives of women around the area regardless of their background, and honoring diversity by serving women in over 159 counties across Georgia.

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