Five years can change the world. For our 5 Year Service Award Recipients, we know their years of service have improved the lives of families with multiples. For a combined total of fifteen years of service, our three Service Award Recipients have contributed to meaningful and positive changes in our members’ lives. Whether through awarding scholarships, reviewing applications for elected officer positions to ensure Multiples of America has qualified and dedicated leadership, or connecting members with resources – these three women have provided invaluable service for which the organization is exceedingly grateful.
Shenen Dietrich began service as a National Worker in 2015 on the Scholarship Committee. Since that first year, Shenen has served as the Exhibit/Sponsorship Coordinator, a member of both the Research and Nominating Committees, and this past year as the Nominating Chair. Shenen is a member of Phoenix Valley Mothers of Multiples (AZ).
Nancy McMahon first volunteered as a National Worker in 1990. She served on the Membership Committee from 1990-92 before joining the Nominating Committee for the 1992-93 year. Nancy’s last year as a National Worker in the 1990s was for the 1993-94 year when she served as a District Reporter for Notebook. After a more than 20-year hiatus, Nancy returned as a National Worker for the 2019-20 club year serving as a member of the Research Committee. Nancy is a member of York White Rose Mothers of Twins and Triplets Club (PA).
Helenmary Reeves joined on as a National Worker for the first time as a member of the Membership Committee in 2012. Helenmary then served for three consecutive club years, 2015-18, as a member of the Scholarship Committee. This past year, she has served as a member of the 2019-20 Nominating Committee. Helenmary is a member of Mountain States Mothers of Adult Multiples (AZ).
Thank you Shenen, Nancy, Helenmary, and all previous Five Year Service Award recipients for your hard work in achieving this milestone. We are incredibly grateful for your dedication and commitment to helping Multiples of America fulfill our mission to support families of multiple birth children through support, education, and research.