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  • September 19, 2014

    LSA-DN's Director of Public Policy Elected as Co-chair of Long-Term Services and Supports Task Force

    Congratulations to our LSA-DN's Director of Public Policy and Advocacy, Sarah Meek, for her election as co-chair of the Long-Term Services and Supports Task Force of the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities. Sarah has been at LSA since December 2012, directing the Disability Network's federal advocacy activities on issues affecting persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including long-term services and supports, housing, employment and transportation.

  • September 15, 2014

    Follow our CEO, Charlotte Haberaecker, on her visit to our North Dakota Members!

    Charlotte Haberaecker, President and CEO of Lutheran Services in America, spent four days traveling across the state of North Dakota visiting LSA members. Read on to see photos and details from her visits.

  • September 13, 2014

    LSA Welcomes New Vice President of Member Engagement

    Lutheran Services in America is pleased to welcome Alesia Frerichs to our national headquarters team as Vice President of Member Engagement. Alesia brings more than 20 years of strategic management consulting experience to LSA, including having served in lead roles in program management, organizational strategy, and change management across several sectors, including healthcare and technology. Most recently, she served as Senior Consultant with Sapere Consulting, Inc., where she worked with...

  • August 27, 2014

    Policy Survey Results

    Earlier this summer, we asked LSA members to take part in a survey about their public policy and advocacy practices and priorities. Our goal was to fine-tune our understanding about what advocacy activities are currently of the most value to our member organizations. Among the highlights of the findings: 88% of LSA's members participate in

  • August 27, 2014

    Free Webinar on Aging and our Eyes

    An upcoming complimentary webinar on Friday, September 5th from 2-3 pm ET will focus on the topic: "How Our Eyes Age: The Impact on Everyday Life." Part of a "Conversations with Grantmakers in Aging" (GIA) series, the webinar will provide a useful overview of vision and aging issues, and will be of particular interest to anyone involved with services for older adults, both on a professional and personal level, as well as to foundations and funders who fund work with the health sector.