About Living Healthy in Washington County

Living Healthy in Washington County is part of the larger statewide effort across Minnesota to make long-lasting economic and health impacts. Our mission is to inspire and support residents to live longer, healthier lives through actions that increase opportunities for physical activity, healthier food options and decrease tobacco use and exposure. LHWC is championed by a Community Leadership Team including schools, worksites, health care, cities and community organizations.

Living Healthy in Washington County Staff

The Staff:

Healthy Communities teamJean Streetar, Program Manager
Kim Ball, SHIP Coordinator
Lia Burg, Sr. Community Health Specialist
Beth Brisky, Community Health Specialist
Shannon Eisentrager, Communications Specialist
Cathy Mackiewicz, Sr. Community Health Specialist
Chloe Richter, Community Health Specialist
Natalie Vasilj, Community Health Specialist

Community Leadership Team Members

The Team:

Heidi Bardwell, YMCA Woodbury
Marna Canterbury, Lakeview Health
Jackie Chlebeck, Oakdale Wellness 50+
Susan Cusack, New Heights Charter School
Rachel Dayton, HealthEast Care System
Shayla Denaway, City of Hugo
Nancy Ellias, Forest Lake Area Schools
Sue Elmer, Community Thread
Kirk Erickson, YMCA Forest Lake
Amy Fehrer, HealthEast Care System
Martha Fox-Frank, Our Community Kitchen
Bobbie Jo Grummons, South Washington County Schools
Becky Knighton, Washington County Community Services
Stephanie Kovarik, Lakeview Health Foundation/PowerUp
Emily Nelson, St. Croix Family Resource Center
Lynn Pagliarini, Our Community Kitchem
Cindy Parsons, St. Croix Family Resource Center
Heather Peterson, Allina Health
Patty Radoc, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
Mark Skeie, Vital Aging Network
Stephanie Souter, Washington County Public Health and Environment
Aimee Stanton, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
Hally Turner, Washington County Public Works
Deb Van Klei, Stillwater Area Public Schools

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