Madeline Boehm is the Manager of the Closing the Skills Gap Grant, and is based in Helena, Montana. Madeline joined H-CAP in November 2021, after 16 years working for the State of Montana. Most recently she worked with Montana Tribal Health Centers and Urban Indian Health Centers on suicide prevention.
Previous to her work with the Indigenous community, Madeline worked for more than 5 years with the Montana’s Registered Apprenticeship Program, developing and implementing healthcare apprenticeships statewide. During Madeline’s time, Montana went from zero healthcare apprenticeships to over three hundred, with over fifty different employers and over twenty different occupations. Prior to her work with apprenticeship, Madeline worked in regulation with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services where she was the Program Manager of the Nurse Aide Registry and the Training Coordinator for the State Survey Agency.
Madeline sees one of her main roles as facilitating conversations on how workforce issues in healthcare can ultimately lead to better patient and resident care.