Meet Lindsey Hilgers, Program's Assistant
Health advocacy and education is what has become Lindsey’s passion since she started her education. Lindsey graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Public Health. During her time at UMD, she was an active member in the Public Health Student Group and served as a Teacher’s Assistant and a Peer Health Coach. She started at Age Well Arrowhead as a student Intern and quickly worked her way up to Programs Assistant.
Her role as a Programs Assistant is to perform a wide range of administrative office support and program coordination activities to facilitate the efficient operation of our organization including, jump-starting our new client-volunteer management program. She also supports older adults by providing companionship services through Age Well.
While not in the office, Lindsey loves to spend time on the lake in the summer and snowboard in the winter. If you have any questions regarding our services don't hesitate to give Lindsey a call!