The Employee of the Quarter Award for Q2 is Amy Woodruff, Case Management and Community Clinical Services Coordinator.
Amy has worked at Lund for 7 years in a variety of roles in the residential program. In her current role, she oversees the Community Outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, Spoke, Family Engagement, and Therapeutic Case Management.
Over the past quarter, Amy has embraced her function as ARC (Attachment, Regulation and Competency – a framework to support trauma informed care) trainer for Lund and has added immense value to the agency by sharing her knowledge through trainings offered to her colleagues. This helps many Lund programs serve clients in a new and relevant way. While she does not necessarily prefer being in the public leadership role, Amy has welcomed the challenge and taken it on with expertise and grace.
Amy demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in numerous ways over the past quarter. She has a leader in establishing Lund’s Medicaid billing and worked closely with the finance team to ensure all aspects of the requirements have been met; she worked with Development to complete the United Way report under trying circumstances, all the time working on systems change to make it better next year; and Amy has also worked with a larger team to complete work on an outpatient treatment brochure.
Amy makes a positive impact on clients and programs every day. She is a tough defender of what is right for clients and doesn’t lose sight of what is really important. She supports her co-workers, is very active in treatment planning and activities, and is frequently the first to volunteer to help out with, or take on, a task!
Amy is dedicated, compassionate, hard-working, and does not put up with things that lack integrity. She is a great supervisor and is constantly looking ahead at how we can continue to improve Lund and implement agency-wide change.
Everyone at Lund is grateful to Amy for all that she does. Congratulations, Amy, on being the Employee of the Quarter.