Brandi Jeffries is the Executive Director at La Grande Post Acute Rehab, a position she has held following a 16-year journey in healthcare that began right out of college. Starting as a Social Services Director, Brandi’s passion for healthcare and leadership has propelled her to her current role. Outside of her professional life, she is a devoted wife and mother to five children and three four-legged friends. An Ironman athlete, Brandi also enjoys participating in both long and short-distance triathlons, running races, and a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, skiing, stand-up paddleboarding, and fly-fishing.

Brandi Jeffries
Executive Director, La Grande Post Acute

Brandi’s Story: Discovering My Passion for Associations

Where there is a need in healthcare, strong leaders are necessary. I am happy to be filling the need in geriatric care and long-term care.

Brandi’s Approach: How to #InspireInclusion through Our Work and Actions

We are a very inclusive workplace. We have monthly meetings where we always touch on inclusion, sensitivity, and growth.

Brandi’s Perspective: On the Importance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Associations

Innovation, growth, and community strength are absolutely dependent on having strong ethics, morals, and building a culture that focuses on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Brandi’s Initiatives: Actions and Inspirations for Fellow Association Leaders

I am the chairman for the Dream-It Be-It Program. Dream-It Be-It targets high school-age girls (13-18) who face obstacles in their lives that could be barriers to future success. This program offers access to professional role models, career education, and resources. It ensures that girls have access to the resources they need to live their dreams.