Amy Mlot is the Chief Operating Officer for Home Helpers.
With over 30 years of experience in the long-term care field, Amy’s expertise includes case management, quality improvement and business development. She is excited to continue to expand the services of Home Helpers throughout Southeast Wisconsin and ensure an exceptional client experience for every family they serve.
Lynda Knudtson recently met with Amy to learn more about her leadership journey.
What brought you to Tempo Racine? I was first introduced to Tempo about 5 years ago. I saw it as a supportive network of like-minded women and a place to connect and grow my network outside of the healthcare industry. I found that TEMPO is not your typical networking space. It is a group of supportive women who build each other up and has provided me with a greater awareness of issues impacting our community as well as provided me with support and mentoring throughout my career.
What advice would you give female leaders? When my previous company was going through an acquisition, a very wise mentor of mine told me to keep my options open. Keeping an open mind and having an awareness of all that goes on in business in my community has allowed me to continue to grow in both my professional and personal life. Keeping your pulse on your community will open your eyes to things that you never knew even existed.
What is your favorite thing to do in Racine? Having grown up in Union Grove, my favorite thing to do each summer has always been to go to the Racine County fair. Now that I spend my days in the downtown Burlington area, I have loved visiting all the amazing shops and restaurants that are available out here. I would welcome the opportunity to host fellow TEMPO members that would like to visit Burlington for lunch any day of the week. The options are endless.