Wausau Manor Health Services Executive Director Selected as Future Leader in Long Term and Post-Acute Care by AHCA/NCAL

North Shore Healthcare is proud to announce that Rachael Bolder, Executive Director at  Wausau Manor Health Services, has been selected by the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) as a future leader in long term and post-acute care.

Rachael will participate in AHCA/NCAL’s Future Leaders program, which provides year-long training and mentorship for professionals in long term and post-acute care. The program covers the latest theories and practical applications in quality management, customer satisfaction, and leadership. By participating in this program, members of each Future Leaders class will be better prepared to serve in vital roles within AHCA/NCAL and on behalf of the entire profession.

“We are thrilled to welcome Rachael to this year’s Future Leaders program,” said Mark Parkinson, President and Chief Executive Officer of AHCA/NCAL. “Her dedication and vision for the future of long term care are what set her apart as a true leader in the making.”

Only one person is selected per state each year by the Wisconsin Health Care Association. “Rachael was nominated as a future leader, based on her skill, leadership, success, and guidance as a Nursing Home Administrator,” said Rhonda O’Dovero, Sr. Vice President of Success for North Shore Healthcare.

Rachael graduated with a bachelor’s degree in health care administration and a leadership studies certificate from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in May 2022. She served as an Administrator in Training (AIT) at Wausau Manor Health Services from June 2021 – May 2022. Upon completion of her AIT, she was promoted to Executive Director at Wausau Manor Health Services in May 2022. Wausau Manor Health Services is a member of the North Shore Healthcare family of facilities.

“I am truly honored to be selected for the experience with AHCA,” Rachael said. “Being able to represent Wisconsin and getting to work alongside other representatives from other states is very humbling. I am grateful for the opportunity and for what comes next.