Celebrating Women’s History Month
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Celebrating Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is an intentional time to highlight the contributions of women—both historically and today. During the month of March, we will be celebrating female health care heroes in our nation and within Kettering Health Network. Each week, we will be sending you resources like books, podcasts, documentaries, movies, and TV shows that commemorate and encourage the study, observance, and celebration of the vital role women play in our lives. We will also be sharing local women-owned businesses we recommend visiting and supporting this month.

Resources for week one will be posted on Wednesday, March 3 and weeks two–four will be posted every Monday. We invite you to come back to this page each week and join us in celebrating Women’s History Month.

Share a Shout Out

Give a shout out to a woman in the network that you appreciate and want to thank. Employees who receive a shout out will receive a special certificate with their shout at the end of March. Please note that shout outs should be no longer than 1100 characters in order to fit on the certificate.

Click here to share a shout out.

Did you know?

Kettering Health Network Leadership Spotlights


Support Women-Owned Businesses in Dayton

St. Anne the Tart – Bakery and Coffee Shop
1500 E 5th St, Dayton, OH 45403

Twist Cupcakery – Cupcake Shop
25 S St Clair St, Dayton, OH 45402

Pretty Girl Fitness – Gym/Physical Fitness Center
2035 E Dorothy Ln, Kettering, OH 45420

As a faith-based, leading health care provider, Kettering Health Network has a responsibility to promote positive change within the communities that we serve. Our goal is to accept and recognize people of all backgrounds, embracing and celebrating differences while unifying our workforce through service and living our God-given mission. We aim to be a model environment in which we recognize the uniqueness of each individual we serve, which helps us fulfill our commitment to improve the health of our communities.

March 1, 2021