BrightSpring Health Services / April 12, 2019
BrightSpring Health Services is proud to acknowledge Molly Fox, senior director of revenue cycle and finance for graduating from the 21st class of Leadership Louisville’s Ignite Louisville program.
Ignite Louisville, a selective six-month program that grows young professionals by developing key components of leadership, has graduated over 950 up-and-coming leaders and prepared next-generation talent for expanded roles within their organizations and communities. As part of the course requirements, the class took part in the Ignite Louisville Challenge, an opportunity for the individuals to work in teams to undertake a project for a local nonprofit. The opportunity provides valuable experience in community leadership, board involvement and teamwork.
Since 2005, Ignite Louisville participants have worked on over 125 projects for area nonprofits to plan, execute and sustain new strategies for success. Participating nonprofits benefit from the expertise and energy of the teams, which each invest hundreds of hours with their nonprofit agency as they compete for donations. Following a day of presentations to a panel of esteemed judges, six teams put their work for local nonprofits on display in hopes of winning the Ignite Louisville Challenge and earning additional funds for the agency they worked to assist.
Molly’s team, “Seven Wonders,” benefitted River City Housing, a small nonprofit organization that restores rundown and often abandoned properties to build homes for first-time, low-income homebuyers. The group helped the organization recruit and retain talent, diversify their funding sources, create a strong foundation and establish a framework for all staffing and operations. To do this, they created relationships with hiring agencies for labor as well as local universities for interns. They also overhauled the organization’s bylaws to prepare them to attain well-networked board members and revamped their standard operating procedures to clearly define staff roles and expectations. As a result, River City Housing has already hired new employees through using their new tools, concepts, platforms and marketing materials.
The Leadership Louisville Center is a nonprofit, member-oriented organization whose mission is to grow and connect a diverse network of leaders who serve as catalysts for a world-class community. In short, they help people change anything – from themselves to the world. The Center carries out this mission through civic programs, executive education, leadership courses, professional development courses and events designed to inspire, challenge and connect people at all levels of leadership development. For more information, visit www.leadershiplouisville.org.
River City Housing creates opportunities for low-income Louisville residents to make one of the biggest commitments of their lives – purchasing their first home. This important decision is made easier because River City Housing restores and rebuilds homes thoughtfully, with high-quality attention to detail and energy efficiency. For more information, visit www.rivercityhousing.org.
BrightSpring Health Services is the parent company of a family of brands and services that provides clinical, nonclinical and pharmacy and other ancillary care services for people of all ages, health and skill levels across home and community settings. BrightSpring is one of the largest providers of diversified home and community-based health services to complex, high-cost populations. Its primary businesses include: behavioral health (including autism services), home health care (including personal care, home health, and hospice), neuro therapy, and job placement and vocational training, supported by pharmacy and telecare ancillary technologies and services. These businesses employ over 45,000 dedicated team members in more than 40 states and provide services to over 2 million people annually.
BrightSpring Health Services is focused on providing quality and lower-cost outcomes to challenging and high-cost populations, through best-in-class services and technology innovation. Its Connected Home care model is becoming an industry-leading approach to the future of health care services to achieve strong quality and compliance while also driving efficiency and cutting waste. The company’s care professionals work in thousands of communities across the United States providing critically needed daily support services, as well as clinical and pharmacy health services, in community settings. Founded and headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, BrightSpring has been making a difference in people’s lives and communities since 1974 – helping people live their best life.