Over the past year, all health departments’ focus shifted towards fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and helping their communities recover. During this period, most strategic plans and performance objectives were put on hold or pushed to the side. During this webinar, you will:
- Learn how to pick specific focus areas and lessen plan size to have a greater impact in a shorter amount of time
- Hear directly from a peer on how they kept their plans moving forward and tracked performance
- Learn how a purpose-built system can improve performance within your organization
Watch this webinar recording as we discuss some of the challenges the state and local health departments have faced throughout the last year. Joe Krause, VP of Customer Engagement, Amanda Cyr, Senior Account Executive, and special guest Melissa Tung, Director of Quality & Strategic Management from Williamson County and Cities Health District, share insights on how to dust off your plans, revive your initiatives, and return to some form of normalcy in plan execution.
MEET THE SPEAKERS
VP, CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT
Joe is a co-founder of AchieveIt over the past 8 years he's helped our clients execute thousands of strategic, operational, and project plans. Joe is passionate about helping teams drive toward successful business outcomes with a focus on practical, easy to use advice. Joe graduated from Seton Hall University with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and obtained a Masters of Science in Healthcare Communication from Boston University. Joe recently completed his studies at Rutgers University where he obtained a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in finance.
Senior Account Executive
Amanda joined the AchieveIt Team 3 years ago and specializes in assisting clients in State and Local Government as well as education. Amanda is currently studying for her Project Management Certification at Emory University in Atlanta, GA and hopes to add the title PMP at the end of 2021. Amanda graduated from Auburn University in 2015 with a Bachelors in International Business with a concentration in Marketing and Minors in Spanish and Non-Profit Studies.
Director of Quality & Strategic Management
Since 2015, Melissa has been involved in strategic planning efforts for Williamson County and Cities Health District and for Williamson County. She helped to develop her agency’s performance management system and is currently leading Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) reaccreditation. Melissa has a Masters of Public Health from the UT Health Science Center - Austin Regional Campus and a Bachelor of Sciences in Public Health and Nutritional Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin.