Key Components of, and Pathways Toward, Leadership
Presented by Antonina Olszewski
October 6, 2022 ~ 12pm – 1:30pm Central Time
As a result of this webinar, participants will:
- Consider how to align your leadership with your organization
- Understand some key components of leadership
- Create action steps for further leadership development
NACC Certification Competencies Addressed in this Webinar
OL1, OL2, OL3
Antonina Olszewski has worked for Ascension (or one of its legacy systems) since 2010. She has held roles as Foundation Director, Director of Community Health, Director of Mission Integration, and Director of Spiritual Services prior to her current position as Vice President of Spiritual Services for Ascension. Antonina has chaired Professional Advisory Groups for the Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Programs for the past nine years, helping to mentor a new generation of chaplains. She leads the Mission Integration ABIDE Council and serves on the ABIDE National Collaborative which is working to integrate a comprehensive national Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy throughout Ascension and the communities in which it operates.
Prior to her transition to Catholic Healthcare, Antonina was the Program Coordinator for the Women Wellness program at the Marshfield Clinic. She has a history of working in the financial industry in both Europe and the United States, and has taught as an adjunct professor for colleges in both Austria and Germany.
Antonina serves on various committees for the Catholic Health Association (CHA), sits on the Advisory Council for Transforming Chaplaincy, and was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for NACC. She has served on numerous community and state Boards, but is most proud of her work with victims of human trafficking, and domestic and sexual assault through her participation on the Board of Directors for The Women’s Community—where she was past president—and her participation in the development of the human trafficking training modules used nationally throughout Ascension.