We are proud to announce and celebrate The Growing Place's employee Natalie Cottrell's achievements.
"The Randolph County Advisory Council for Disability Awareness is proud to present the Employee of the Year Award for 2019. This year we had 2 applicates that was nominated this is very important award and there was no employer nominated so our committee voted on giving 2 employee of the year awards.
The Randolph County Advisory Council for Disability Awareness is honored to present the Audrey and Jim Harriman Employment Awards. The Outstanding Employee with a Disability Award is given in recognition of an employee with a disability who has provided encouragement and inspiration to others and has proven to be an asset to the workforce and our community. This employee must also work in Randolph County.
This year’s employee of the year is dedicated to the early childhood program in pursing teaching in overcoming their own physical obstacles. This person has cerebral palsy, yet this does not stop this employee from reaching to the stars to make a difference in all this lives that this employee touches. This employee not only has a disability, but they have excelled and accomplished their driver’s license despite this huge obstacle that they had to face. This employee has worked very hard and loves what they do and is such an inspiration to their coworkers. This employee maintains a positive outlook on life each day. gets excited to contribute to society by working. It took courage for her to able to work. This employee works for The Growing Place.
The 2019 Outstanding Employee of the year award goes to Natalie Cottrell."