A group of experienced leaders who volunteer their time and work to achieve the mission of the organization lead the Vital Aging Network.
Founder and owner, Idea Girls, a marketing and communications firm.
Nancy Eustis, Ph.D. (Past Chair)
Professor emerita, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota
Retired, community organizer
Senior Recruiting Consultant, Wells Fargo Insurance
Retired Federal Employee; Active Community Leader
Pamela Hayle (Chair) Meet Pam
Quality Improvement Director, Augustana Care Corporation
Coordinator, Minneapolis Public Schools, Intergenerational Volunteer Program
Harriet J. Mednick
Retired, active Board member of several aging services non-profits
Volunteer Resources Leadership Project Manager, Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration
Owner, AFriendInDeed; Active Community Leader
Mark Skeie (Past Chair & Executive Director)
Retired, 3M, Project Director; President, MYR, Inc.
Director of Senior Club, Walker Methodist
This section includes the following pages:
- Introducing Pam Hayle - The Vital Aging Network Leadership Group elected Pamela Hayle its new chair in December. Pam's term started January 1, 2013. She has served on the Vital Aging Network Leadership Group since 2008.
- Get to Know VAN's New Leadership Group Members - The Vital Aging Network is excited to add four new members to our Leadership Group. The Leadership Group consists of experienced leaders who volunteer their time and work to achieve the mission of the organization. VAN extends a warm welcome to Barbara Aman, Tracy Godfrey, Mary Quirk, and Grit Youngquist.