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LeadingAge Minnesota is driven to transform and enhance the experience of aging.
What We Do
Our advocacy is well-planned, deliberate, and ongoing. We have the right people in the right place at the right time, and we make it easy for you to lead change.
We’re committed to developing leaders in our field. Through active membership, our members help shape the future of older adult services and build professional networks.
LeadingAge Minnesota delivers the most comprehensive training on the latest developments in aging services. You need CEUs? We've got them.
Find your people here. One of the biggest benefits to being a LeadingAge Minnesota member is the connections you make with other professionals in our field.
Consider LeadingAge Minnesota an extension of your staff. Our in-house experts are available to help answer your questions and navigate the ever-changing landscape of aging services.
With LeadingAge Minnesota, you’ll stay informed through the weekly Advantage newsletter, member messages, bi-weekly Huddles, and important late-breaking news alerts.
Focus on our mission and our purpose is critical to leading during these uncertain times. You – our members – are our guiding light. We are here in service to you to help you in your missions of service.
Kari Thurlow, President and CEO, LeadingAge Minnesota
Who We Serve
We represent over 60,000 people who serve seniors in aging services professions.
Our network of members includes more than 1,300 aging services organizations.
Our members serve over 60,000 Minnesotans in aging services settings.
What Drives Us
To transform and enhance the experience of aging
Leading change. Changing lives.
- Unwavering commitment
- Courageous thinking
- Spirit of optimism
- Better together
- Build member capacity
- Lead transformation and innovation
- Instill public trust and confidence
LeadingAge Minnesota is an inclusive, member-led association. We encourage all members to help shape the organization and the field of aging services by participating in committees, attending district meetings, and serving on the Board of Directors. We invite you to learn more about the governance of our Association.