Bart Aslin, Montana Children's Foundation Director
Bart Aslin joined Shodair Children's Hospital as the Montana Children's Foundation Director in October 2014.
Bart has administered organizations for over twenty-two years. His experience includes serving as the Executive Director for the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation from 2003-2014. Prior to this time, he was Vice President for Institutional Advancement for the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Saint Peter's College. Additionally, he served as the Director of Planned Giving at The Seeing Eye and spent two years working for Hospice of Frederick County, Maryland.
Bart is a graduate of Mount Saint Mary's University, Emmitsburg, Maryland, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Philosophy and a Master of Divinity degree. He has received professional certifications in both Executive Business Administration and Management/Leadership from the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business. Bart is also a graduate of the National Planned Giving Institute at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Rebecca Dudek, Children's Miracle Network Coordinator
Rebecca Dudek joined Shodair Children's Hospital as the Children's Miracle Network Coordinator in 2015. In this capacity, Rebecca is responsible for the sustainment and enhancement of the hospital's annual Children's Miracle Network Campaign.
Rebecca attended Messiah College in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and Bachelor of Sciences in Marketing in 2013. Throughout her college career, Rebecca was active in the college's Public Relations Student Society of America and was also an intern for the Corporate Social Responsibility department at The Hershey Company.
Immediately after graduation, Rebecca began her professional career as a Marketing Associate at Vasont Systems, a content management system software company. She worked there for two years before accepting her current position at Shodair.