ACHE-MN Committees

Membership and Advancement:  The Membership and Advancement Committee is responsible for analyzing and developing strategies for meeting new, potential and existing member needs.  In addition, it is responsible for analyzing and implementing strategies for advancing membership with achieving FACHE status. Contact Katie Kummer for more information.

Education:  The Education Committee shall work with the Board of Directors to offer education and in most cases networking programs to members.  It shall assure that the Chapter offers at least the maximum number of ACHE supported Face-to-Face Continuing Education eligible events per year. Contact Nick Nehman for more information.

Mentorship: The Mentorship Committee provides support in the development and coordination of the annual executive mentorship program and related activities. Contact Jammie Henson for more information.

Communications: The Chapter Communications Committee is responsible for publication and distribution of the newsletter and all other materials through traditional media as well as our chapter website and Social Media platforms. Contact us for more information.

Events: The Event Committee works in partnership with the Education Committee to plan event details such as selecting and contracting event location, registration, attendance, evaluation, soliciting presenters and moderators, and curating content for events. Contact Chelsey Doepner for more information.

Sponsorship:  The Sponsorship Committee provides support in raising funds from companies and institutions to support the Chapter’s education programs, networking events, and membership activities. Contact Angela Stoltz for more information.

Diversity & Inclusion:  The Diversity and Inclusion Committee will be responsible for developing policies and initiatives that foster an inclusive environment that recognizes the contributions and supports the advancement of all, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, religion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. An inclusive environment can enhance the quality of healthcare, improve hospital/community relations, and positively affect the health status of society.  In addition, the committee will work to develop and/or maintain strategic relationships with other healthcare societies. Contact Kaia Yngve for more information.