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Ecumen Names Three Vice Presidents
Date: Sep 11th, 2017 9:34am

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Ecumen Communications

Ecumen has named three vice presidents.

William (Bill) McGarry has been named vice president of IT & chief technology officer (CTO) with leadership responsibility for company-wide information systems and technology. He joins Ecumen from Trissential, a management consulting firm. Previously, he was CIO at St. Jude Medical, International CIO at Owens Corning, Vice President of Enterprise Applications at Medronic, Vice President of Business Transformation at Smiths Medical and Global Integration Leader of IT e-Business at General Electric. McGarry has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Lourdes University in Sylvania, Ohio.

Amy Korzenowski has joined Ecumen as vice president of operations for housing and nursing home communities. Korzenowski has extensive experience in strategic management and leadership of total quality of care initiatives in senior services.  Previously, she was assistant vice president of clinical operations at Prime Therapeutics, a Minneapolis pharmacy benefit management company. Prior to that, she served in multiple operations leadership roles with Extendicare Health Services and Volunteers of America National Services. Korzenowski has a Master of Science degree in Health and Human Service Administration from St. Mary’s University in Minneapolis and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Aging Services from the University of Minnesota.

Brett Anderson has been promoted to vice president of nursing services, leading Ecumen-wide healthcare services with responsibility for ensuring quality, consistency, and regulatory compliance. Brett began his career at Ecumen in 2014 as the Clinical Director at Ecumen Centennial House in Apple Valley after serving as an Ecumen graduate student intern. He was promoted to the role of Regional Nursing Consultant in 2016. Before joining Ecumen, Brett served as an Adjunct Instructor at Minnesota State University in Mankato and as an Instructor at Saint Paul College. Brett was appointed by Governor Mark Dayton to serve on the Board of Trustees for the Minnesota State College & Universities System from 2011-2013. He has a Master of Science degree in Nursing Leadership and Management from Metropolitan State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Minnesota State University in Mankato. He is a Registered Nurse, a certified Public Health Nurse and board-certified Nurse Executive.

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