I don't blog about my family a lot, mostly out of respect for their privacy. But, of course, they're the most important part of my life, and once in a while it's nice to let that peek out here.
My wife Karen is the Director of Employment and Training for our county's Human Services Department, which means she sets policy and distributes funds to help people get the education and skills they need to hold jobs. The news story below is about one of her projects, a summer jobs program for at-risk youth. Karen doesn't appear in the story--she's a behind-the-scenes organizer happy to let others take the bows--but she worked very hard with a lot of people and community groups to pull this together in a short amount of time. It's quite an accomplishment and I'm real proud of her.
Anyway, here's a look at what the most talented and hard-working member of our household does.