Alumni on the Front Lines | Bobbie Bagley
Alumna Bobbie Bagley ’97/’14G, Director of Public Health and Community Services, is working to keep the city of Nashua healthy.
We caught up with Rivier alumna Bobbie Bagley ’97/’14G, Director of Public Health and Community Services for the City of Nashua, just days before she was heading out to a drill at Nashua High School South, which has been set up as an alternative care site. Bobbie has been on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic for weeks, working with City officials and others to keep the community informed, prepared, and safe.
“My job is to promote, preserve, and protect the health of our community and to lead the community response to emergent public health issues. The joint response to COVID-19 has been absolutely phenomenal. Everyone is working together including the City of Nashua, the Office of Emergency Management, hospitals, schools, and faith-based organizations. Together, as a community, we can stop the spread of COVID-19.”
Like many health care professionals, Bobbie echoed the importance of protecting yourself and others by staying home and staying safe. Thank you for your leadership, Bobbie, and for reminding us that we can all do our part to protect ourselves and others.