Kay Olson honored for work in vaccination clinics

Kay Olson, honored with the WSU President’s Award for Health, is shown at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic held at Ferris High School in Spokane earlier this year. Photo by Cori Kogan.
Faculty:
Jo Ann Dotson 
  
Student Vaccinators
Bailey Jones, Sarah Byers, Savannah Delzer, Cassandra Baune, Nicole Byrd, Jenny Richardson, Eric Holden.

Non-vaccinator role
Mary Roberts, Mary Lee Roberts colleague of Mary Roberts, Caylee Olson, Chi Nguyen, Kaala Corpuz.
Kay Olson, honored with the WSU President’s Award for Health, is shown at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic held at Ferris High School in Spokane earlier this year. Photo by Cori Kogan. Faculty: Jo Ann Dotson Student Vaccinators Bailey Jones, Sarah Byers, Savannah Delzer, Cassandra Baune, Nicole Byrd, Jenny Richardson, Eric Holden. Non-vaccinator role Mary Roberts, Mary Lee Roberts colleague of Mary Roberts, Caylee Olson, Chi Nguyen, Kaala Corpuz.

Congratulations to Teaching Assistant Professor Kay Olson, who received the WSU President’s Award for Health for her work organizing COVID-19 vaccination clinics throughout the region.

Through her efforts, she “advanced the health and safety of the entire community,” the awards committee said.

Working with fellow WSU College of Nursing faculty and students, as well as with students from the WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kay helped vaccinate and test thousands of people.

Thank you Kay!