Congratulations Angie Uhl - Value Jackson Award Recipient
Angie is a Victim Advocate for Teton County Victim Services. After graduating from Jackson Hole High School, Angie went on to earn degrees in Criminal Justice from CWC and the University of Wyoming.
She’s been with the Town of Jackson for over three and a half years. Her role as Victim Advocate allows her to help clients from their first contact with the criminal justice system and walk with them throughout the process ensuring they have a voice in the system and are heard. Her family is no stranger to public service, Angie’s brother, Anthony, is a Senior Journeyman Mechanic for Jackson’s Public Works Department.
If you've seen Angie around town there is a good chance you've also seen her bright smile and experienced her wonderful outlook on life!
“I love helping people,” Angie stated, “It truly fulfills my purpose.” When she’s not working you can find Angie out riding her motorcycle or walking her dog, Henry. According to Tracey Trefren, the Victim Coordinator for Teton County Victim Services, “Angie builds friendships with ease. She networks and meets people and seemingly instantly becomes friends with them.” We are so fortunate to have Angie (and Anthony) on board with the Town of Jackson.
Thank you Angie for your service to the Town of Jackson and Teton County!
Each month the Value Jackson Award is passed from one employee to another employee who has demonstrated exemplary levels of one or more of the Town values.
The recipient of this award is a person who has demonstrated exemplary levels of one or more of the Town Values:
• Positive Workplace
• Stewardship & Conservation
• It Is My Job. It Is Our Job.
The recipient of the award then selects the next recipient for the following month.