Ohio Job and Family Services Directors' Association (OJFSDA) is a not-for-profit statewide organization established in 1946. OJFSDA represents Ohio's 88 County Departments of Job and Family Services Directors on the local, state, and national level. OJFSDA communicates key issues and solutions regarding the delivery of social services, to Ohio policymakers, legislators, and other decision makers.
2016 Committee Chair David Dombrosky
It is my privilege and honor to personally welcome each of you to the 60th Annual Training Conference of the Ohio Job and Family Services Directors’ Association.
Recipient David Wigent of Wood County JFS
Each December the Association recognizes a CDJFS Director who, through dedicated efforts throughout the span of their career, exemplifies the professional qualities and achievements of an outstanding Director.
2015 Recipient Cheryl Subler
At the Ohio Job and Family Service Directors’ Association we have the honor of representing the county agencies which provide work, health and human services to Ohio’s most vulnerable residents; including kids in care, the unemployed, underemployed, those needing healthcare, child care, food and public assistance and parents seeking child support, as well as other seniors, children and families.
OJFSDA is pleased to recognize Marion County Director Roxane Somerlot as the 2014 Outstanding Director of the Year.
This year, OJFSDA is honored to recognize Mariah Horn as the 2014 OJFSDA Advocacy Award winner. Mariah’s willingness to testify and tell her courageous story during the critical stages of this year’s budget deliberations was instrumental in securing the first new state investments in the county child welfare system in nearly a decade.
Modernizing Eligibility Determination Systems