THE VALUED VOICE

Vol. 65, Issue 44
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Thursday, November 4, 2021

   

WHA Health Care Leadership Academy Scholarships Available

First 20 registrants to receive $1,750
Through generous donations provided by the WHA Foundation and WHA premier partner M3 Insurance, partial scholarships are being offered to the first 20 registrants for the 2022 WHA Health Care Leadership Academy. As of this printing, nine $1,750 scholarships have been awarded, leaving only 11 remaining.
 
“The WHA Foundation was a natural partner to provide scholarships to the WHA Health Care Leadership Academy due to its overall mission to support health care workforce development in the state of Wisconsin,” said WHA Foundation Executive Director Leigh Ann Larson. “Our board of directors are forward-thinking health care leaders who were eager to support this unique opportunity.” 
 
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to support and develop future hospital leaders through the WHA Health Care Leadership Academy,” said M3 Insurance Director of Healthcare Practice Cindy Van Asten. “Our sponsorship further illustrates M3’s commitment to making an impact on the performance and profitability of WHA hospital members, today and well into the future.”
 
Interested participants in the WHA Health Care Leadership Academy are encouraged to secure spots and their scholarships soon, before the limited number of scholarships are claimed. To learn more about the academy and to register, click here.
 
Founded in 1968, the WHA Foundation today focuses its priorities on initiatives that have a statewide impact on health care in Wisconsin. To learn more about the WHA Foundation, click here.
 

This story originally appeared in the November 04, 2021 edition of WHA Newsletter

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Thursday, November 4, 2021

WHA Health Care Leadership Academy Scholarships Available

First 20 registrants to receive $1,750
Through generous donations provided by the WHA Foundation and WHA premier partner M3 Insurance, partial scholarships are being offered to the first 20 registrants for the 2022 WHA Health Care Leadership Academy. As of this printing, nine $1,750 scholarships have been awarded, leaving only 11 remaining.
 
“The WHA Foundation was a natural partner to provide scholarships to the WHA Health Care Leadership Academy due to its overall mission to support health care workforce development in the state of Wisconsin,” said WHA Foundation Executive Director Leigh Ann Larson. “Our board of directors are forward-thinking health care leaders who were eager to support this unique opportunity.” 
 
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to support and develop future hospital leaders through the WHA Health Care Leadership Academy,” said M3 Insurance Director of Healthcare Practice Cindy Van Asten. “Our sponsorship further illustrates M3’s commitment to making an impact on the performance and profitability of WHA hospital members, today and well into the future.”
 
Interested participants in the WHA Health Care Leadership Academy are encouraged to secure spots and their scholarships soon, before the limited number of scholarships are claimed. To learn more about the academy and to register, click here.
 
Founded in 1968, the WHA Foundation today focuses its priorities on initiatives that have a statewide impact on health care in Wisconsin. To learn more about the WHA Foundation, click here.
 

This story originally appeared in the November 04, 2021 edition of WHA Newsletter