Class of: 2011
Christy Neiffer, had earned a Carroll College Nursing Degree in 2007, but injuries kept her from the rigorous hours that nursing demanded. After much thought, she chose to return to Carroll to work on a degree in Community Health. After graduation in 2011, she worked in public health for small nonprofit agencies in the area. She currently works on the Healthy Mother’s Healthy Babies’ cribs program which provides free cribs for at-risk families throughout Montana.
Christy was recently invited to attend the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Champion Training in Detroit, Michigan for the unveiling of the new “Safe to Sleep Campaign.” She was also recently hired to work in Montana’s new state run Health Clinic in Helena.
Since graduating, these degrees have taken me places and introduced me to wonderful opportunities that I never dreamed possible.