Program success is monitored by data which are collected daily from health centers and reviewed regularly by management and reported annually to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
During 2011, 24,696 persons turned to one of our health centers for reproductive health care.
· 96% of the participants indicated that they learned more about the content areas than they knew before the session.
· 91% of the participants indicated that they felt the session would help them to be a better self advocate.
· 88% of the participants felt the information presented was relevant to them.
· Using knowledge-based tests the average pre-test score was 42% and the average post-test score was 89%.
Mr. Ellifrits has twenty years experience in auditing and accounting. He has a hands-on, team oriented leadership style. He employs a systematic approach to problem solving, is highly motivated and is a results oriented individual. Prior to joining the exeutive management team at PPKM, Mr. Ellifrits was employed at Kansas City Southern as VP Financial Reporting. Past work experience also includes serving as VP Finance/Controller with Orhtopedic Services and Manager of Audit Engagements with Price Waterhouse. He holds a BSBA degree from Rockhurst College and an MBA from University of Missouri, Kansas City.
PPKM is an effective and efficient organization, led by an engaged and committed volunteer Board of Directors. PPKM's Board has 20 members and five major committees (Executive, Development, Operations & Finance, Board Development and Market Research). Quarterly meetings are scheduled for three to four hours each, providing time to deal substantively with regular board business and pending issues. The Board focuses on three major functions; planning the direction of the agency, providing organizational oversight and carrying out its objectives in fund-raising and advocacy.
In 2011, the Board moved forward with five major strategic priorities to focus on over the next three years (through 2014). A three-person executive team, supported by a ten-member management team provides day-to-day strategic management. These teams, led by the CEO, have developed strong management systems to carry out the ambitious plans adopted by the Board. Key departments include: Public Affairs, Education, Development, Volunteer, Human Resources, Security & Facilities, Finance, Health Services, IT and Risk & Quality Management. Each of the nine health centers utilize at least one Nurse Practitioner under the direction of the Medical Director and are managed by a Health Center Manager who reports to the Director of Health Center Operations.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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