Ryan Doschadis Added to PC4HS Field Advisory Board
SPARKS, NV — The nonprofit 501(c)3 Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools® (PC4HS) group welcomes Ryan Doschadis, Custodial Services Supervisor, Pella Community School District, Pella, IA as a member of its Field Advisory Board.
“PC4HS believes its customer, the in-house custodian, is a very valuable member of the school and its community, and has established a Field Advisory Board to tap and recognize this wellspring of creativity and experience,” said Rex Morrison, founder of PC4HS.
Ryan Doschadis has a Bachelors Degree from the University of Iowa and has an Associate Arts Degree from Kirkwood Community College. He was President of Young Professionals of Pella. He has also worked over 10 years for two Fortune 500 companies. While working at these places he won several awards for his innovative ideas and strong work ethic.
Most recently he got the Pella Community School District to be the first school district in the State of Iowa to achieve the Platinum Status in the Amsan Smart Assessment Program. He is also establishing the Pella School District to have the first "Live Inventory" in the State of Iowa as well. His work focuses on quantitative assessment of workplace and environmental exposures, and implemented the Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools® program in 2014.
About Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools
Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools® (PC4HS) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization providing education and support to organizations desiring to implement a process for K-12 school districts, which optimizes efficiency, cleanliness, ease of deployment and health factors and often raises the productivity of school custodians, optimizing their efforts while protecting their health as well as that of students and faculty.