Broadview Village – The Salvation Army

Special Events

Celebrate the Stars

Star Trophy

Broadview Village’s Celebrate the Stars event was held October 29, 2020. It pays homage to the exceptional, dedicated and committed staff we are blessed to have.

An exciting part of this event are the Broadview Village Impact Awards – A set of individual awards based upon our Salvation Army values, along with our own “Servant Leadership” model, based upon nominations by you, their teammates.

As like last year the stories shared through the nomination process were a testimony to the important and impactful work that yo do every day, as well as the clear caring and compassion each of you holds for the members of your teams.

Congratulations to the winners, to all nominees and to all of our stellar staff.

Many thanks for your continued hard work and dedication.

Broadview Village Impact Awards

Hope

Smiling flower

This Year's Winner

Sam Mirza

The Hope Impact Award is intended to recognize a front-line staff member who has inspired a participant or resident they support to learn new skills, develop new relationships/activities in the community and/or to become more independent.

Service

This Year's Winner

Choongdae Jeong
Agnes Adeoye

The Service Impact Award is given in recognition of an individual front-line staff member who goes above-and-beyond in providing service/support to a participant/resident, their teammates and/or Broadview Village as a whole through their day-to-day work as well as their positive work relationships and leadership within the team.

Dignity

group of people in a circle holding hands

This Year's Winner

Sheena Harris

The Dignity Impact Award is given in recognition of the front-line staff member who diligently works to ensure that the rights and personal dignity of the individuals we support are maintained and are always in our minds as we work. This award further recognizes an individual with a track record of contributing to strong team morale by consistently treating their teammates with respect as professionals.

Stewardship

wourd: Stewardship is heart work

This Year's Winner

Bill Hackenbrook

The Stewardship Impact Award is given in recognition of the staff member who emphasizes on an ongoing basis a commitment to using the resources we have available (money, community resources, physical, time, ecological, etc.) in a manner that ensures that as an organization we provide the best service in the most efficient way possible.

Servant Leadership

person holding barbell with 3 people on top

This Year's Winner

Adam Jefford

 The Servant Leadership Impact Award is given in recognition of the management staff who illustrates and emphasizes the core principles of the servant leadership model at Broadview Village.

And our very special 6th category:

The Holy Doodle Award

pig

This year's winners:

Miae Kim
Director of Quality and Risk and Education

The Holy Doodle Award is a bit of fun mixed in with a bit of Serious.  It is awarded to the Senior Leader who has made us all Say “Holy Doodle!” 

Miae was busy before with the implementation of the eMar system, but things went full swing when COVID-19 hit.  Miae has been constantly watching updates and implement strategies that have helped keep us safe.  On top of that she continues to support the Broadview Staff as many of our residents have ben dealing with medical issue during this time as well.  HOLY DOODLE! 😉

Special acknowledgement goes to all who were nominated:

Agnes Adoeye

Evelyn Alanamu

Irene Atimango

Mimoza Bregu

Roberta Caputo 

Bill Hackenbrook

Shenna Harris

Tracie Harvey

Karen Rose-Hosang

Adam Jefford

Choogdae Jeong

Mark Madison

Katherine Matthews

Sam Mirza

Daniel Pellett 

Katie Standish

Gillian Valladares

Michele Walsh