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My Concordia Career: Megan Derzipilski’s Story

October 24, 2019

The Concordia Team is comprised of many talented and compassionate employees who have graciously served our mission in a variety of ways – and we are excited for you to meet these fantastic individuals. Let us introduce you to Megan Derzipilski!

Megan D GoodMegan joined the Concordia family in February of 2016 as a C.N.A. for Concordia at Villa St. Joseph. She currently holds the role of Staffing Coordinator for the Villa.

Megan describes Concordia as a “family” and built upon this when asked why she chooses to work for Concordia.

“The one word that comes to mind when I think of Concordia is family. It is because of this culture that I choose to work for Concordia. My extended family consists of our amazing residents and co-workers and I enjoy all of the great memories we make every day!”

We asked if any of those great memories stuck out more than others and Megan mentioned the Villa’s Employee Badminton Tournament (click here to check out photos from that event).

“The Tournament was great, from the planning to the playing. Our residents helped a great deal as well. It really brought our facility closer!”

Megan spends her time outside of work with family and friends. She loves concerts, being outdoors, reading and even cited napping as a hobby. She also revealed to us a secret talent!

“I was on a professional clog dancing team when I was younger. Don’t ask me to do it now, though!”

Megan spoke at length about her motivation to succeed.

“I am motivated to succeed in my current position just to be able to help my co-workers and to ensure our residents have the best experience possible. I want to continue my career with Concordia and hope to experience future successes – I feel that my team at Concordia at Villa St. Joseph is destined for great things!”

“We’d love to hear your future story! Find your next career by visiting www.concordiacareers.org.

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