Katie Redig selected to attend National Emerging Leadership Summit
Apr 12, 2010
Duluth, Minn. - The National Emerging Leadership Summit for Long Term Care Administrators admissions panel has selected Katie Redig, administrator of Bridges Care Community, Ada, Minn., to participate in the June 2010 Summit at The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
The National Emerging Leadership Summit for Long-Term Care Administrators is a four-day conference for leaders in the fied of health and aging services administration to engage in discussions of current best practices with other leaders, meet with representatives of key professional organizations, gain an inside perspective on the legislative process, and explore solutions for attracting and retaining Generation X and Y leaders.
Redig has served as administrator of Bridges Care Community for two years. She is a licensed nursing home administrator with a bachelor’s degree in health services administration from Minnesota State University - Moorhead. She has also completed studies in advanced strategic planning and an administrative internship while at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Detroit Lakes, Minn.
As a participant in this prestigious event, Redig will also be gaining knowledge about the current best practices and trends in long term care to bring back to Bridges Care Community.
“Katie Redig is an excellent choice as a participant in the National Emerging Leadership Summit,” said Kevin Greff, Benedictine Health System vice president of operations. “We are very pleased and proud. She will represent Bridges Care Community and the Benedictine Health System very well in Washington, D.C.”
“I’m delighted to be given this opportunity to gain a national perspective of the long term care industry,” Redig added. “This experience will give me insight that I will use for many years to come.”
Bridges Care Community is part of the Benedictine Health System, a non-profit Catholic health system based in Duluth, Minnesota. Bridges Care Community shares the campus with Bridges Medical Center and offers 49 beds of long term care.