Lia Lansky, system director for wellbeing; and Jared Moses, administrative director of operations at Baptist Memphis, recently were recognized for their hard work and strong leadership.
Jared was named to the Memphis Flyer’s 2021 Class of 20 < 30 for his work during the COVID-19 pandemic. While he is the youngest person on his team, he is learning much from those with more experience.
“You really get to see people’s true colors, and how great of an asset they are, in times of need. Our team members stepped up and worked a ton of hours. We all started to rotate 12-hour shifts in the command center for the entire month of March and half of April (2020),” Jared was quoted as saying in the article.
Jared is part of the 12th 20<30 class; the Memphis Flyer had a record number of nominees this year.
Lia was invited to participate in the American Heart Association’s inaugural class of Mid-South Women of Impact. The Mid-South Women of Impact is part of the 2021 Go Red for Women campaign, which kicked off in February.
Local women were selected to join this initiative because of their drive to make a healthy difference in the communities they serve. The Mid-South Woman of Impact winner will be named in September at the annual Go Red for Women luncheon, following a fundraising campaign ending in June.
For information about how to support Lia, contact her directly.