Stormer selected as Woman of the Year
The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) announced the induction of hundreds of its more than 600,000 members, representing businesses large and small and from a broad array of professional disciplines, into the associations VIP Membership level.
These VIP Women of the Year were selected in recognition of the strides they have made in their respective industries, their outstanding leadership, and their professional achievements and for displaying the highest level of support of NAPWs commitment to networking and community involvement.
Named as a VIP Woman of the Year was Carol Stormer of Lake Oswego. Stormer is an occupational therapist and focuses on home health, geriatrics, ergonomics, injury prevention and general occupational therapy skills. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in occupational therapy with a minor in anatomical sciences and human development.
She volunteers with organizations support those with autism and Down syndrome, the Sierra Club, the Nature Conservancy and is the founder of the Pacific Dragonboat Federation.
She is passionate about home health, ergonomics and wellness.