Jacki WittJacki Witt

Spotlight Award

Commitment and service to the community have defined Jacki Witt’s career. As one of the founders of the Helen Gragg Clinic at Operation Breakthrough, she has helped provide healthcare access to hundreds of parents and children. Cherokee Uniforms honored her and her work with underserved mothers with one of 11 national Cherokee Inspired Comfort awards.

A member of the UMKC School of Nursing faculty, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Maternal Child Health Coalition of Greater Kansas City and as the project director for the U.S. Department of Health’s National Clinical Training Center training clinicians in family planning clinics. She is a women’s health nurse practitioner at the Kansas City Free Health Clinic and the Women’s Wellness Center at Truman Medical Centers.

Witt has also devoted time and effort to the Clay County Health Center Women’s Health Program, and has served as project director for the Clinical Training Center for Family Planning, which prepares clinical preceptors to provide education, mentoring and skills assessment of clinical family planning providers.

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