Housekeeping supervisor embodies Society’s century-old values
In its 100th year, the Good Samaritan Society continues to uphold and celebrate the mission, vision and values that have steered the organization through a century of service.
One way the Society celebrates its ideals is by recognizing employees within the organization who regularly demonstrate them.
Kori Madche, the housekeeping supervisor at Good Samaritan Society – Lakota, is one of those employees. According to her peers, she embodies many of the values that the Society holds dear, especially service, calling and advancement.
A jack of all trades
Kori has been with Good Samaritan Society – Lakota for just over a year. She started as a housekeeping assistant but quickly worked her way up to housekeeping supervisor. She takes pride in making the space feel like home and enjoys interacting with residents.
“I want to give the residents a happy and clean home,” Kori said. “And I get to have great conversations while doing so.”
But Kori does more than clean. In the year she’s been with Good Samaritan Society – Lakota, she has also helped in the kitchen and taken classes to become a certified nursing assistant (CNA). She had never considered becoming a CNA before last year.