Nann Worel starts Park City Council campaign |

Nann Worel starts Park City Council campaign


Nann Worel, a not-for-profit executive and a member of the Park City Planning Commission, said on Thursday she will seek a seat on the Park City Council.

Worel is the second person to announce a City Council bid. The window during which candidates must formalize their campaigns opens on Monday. Becca Gerber, an Old Town resident who grew up in Park City, publicized her intention to mount a City Council campaign last week.

Worel is the executive director of the People’s Health Clinic, a not-for-profit organization that provides medical services to the uninsured. She has also been involved with the Peace House domestic violence shelter. She is a graduate of the Leadership Park City training program.

"I look forward to bringing my skills as a manager, trustee and nonprofit leader to the City Council and the processes by which decisions are made," Worel said in a prepared statement announcing her candidacy.

A release from the Worel campaign says she is the president of the board of directors of an Alexandria, Va.-based not-for-profit called the National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics.

The release includes an endorsement from Sally Elliott, who served in elected office in Park City and Summit County.