Lutheran Services in America Names Alesia Frerichs as New President and CEO
Our board of directors unanimously selected Alesia Frerichs, our vice president of member engagement and chief strategist for our network’s collaboration and innovation efforts, to succeed Charlotte Haberaecker as president and CEO of Lutheran Services in America. Alesia will assume her new position following Charlotte’s retirement at the end of January.
Consumer Technology Association Foundation Elevates Lutheran Services in America Support for Older Adults in Affordable Housing
Lutheran Services in America was awarded a grant by the Consumer Technology Association Foundation to increase access to telehealth, cognitive tools and virtual visits with family and friends for low-income older adults with mobility and physical impairments.
LUTHERAN SERVICES IN AMERICA IN THE NEWS
Lutheran Services in America in the News
Lutheran Services in America: Leading Change. Empowering People.
Wayfarer Magazine: From its earliest days, Lutheran social ministry has been about community and bringing people together so they can lead their best lives. Our shared calling to love and care for our neighbor is a force for bringing people and resources together to solve problems in ways that go beyond what any one organization can achieve on its own.
Warning on staffing minimum: Studying costs won’t matter if pay doesn’t add up
McKnight's Long-term Care News: Cost analysis will be “an important part” of a final report on federal minimum staffing standards. And potential costs of a mandate expected next year are weighing heavily on providers’ minds. Lutheran Services in America is concerned about the impact a mandatory minimum staffing could have on access to care.