Scott RiddleScott Riddle, CEO and President, leads all aspects of Walker Methodist's operations, mission, vision and strategy.
As CEO and President, Scott leads the development of organizational strategies, as well as oversees the creation and implementation of the organization’s mission, vision and direction. He joined the organization as CFO in April 2013 and most recently served as interim CEO and President.
Prior to joining Walker Methodist, Scott worked as the Vice President of Finance at Ecumen. His professional experience includes Finance roles at International Multifoods and Northwest Airlines and in diverse industries such as consumer auto rental, medical device, among others. He holds an MBA from the University of St. Thomas and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Bethel College. He volunteers his time as a Member of the Board on the Finance Committee for Aging Services of Minnesota.
Mark BillitteriMark Billitteri, Chief Information Officer, has enterprise-wide responsibility for Information Technology strategy, vision, and execution.
As Chief Information Officer, Mark has enterprise-wide responsibility for establishing the vision, defining direction and leading change to increase Information Technology effectiveness and capability in support of Walker Methodist’s mission and values.
With more than 30 years in the field across a range of industries including manufacturing, retail, industrial services and healthcare, Mark has extensive experience leading Information Technology organizations, deploying large-scale innovative and effective solutions, delivering measurable results and building high-performing Information Technology teams.
Prior to joining Walker Methodist in 2012, Mark was Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of G & K Services, a leading uniform services company. During his tenure at G & K, he led the organization through multiple large-scale technology initiatives. From 1999 to 2003, Mark was Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for ShopNBC.
Mark relocated to Minnesota in 1998 to join Arthur Andersen’s Business Consulting group. Previously, he held various Information Technology management and executive level positions.
Beth DeneauAs Chief Administrative Officer, Beth oversees and supervises the Quality Improvement, Education, Health Information, and Human Resource teams for Walker Senior Services. She has worked in the senior services field for more than 40 years.
The majority of her career has been in nursing leadership roles having served as a Director of Nursing and Director of Quality Assurance in a variety of settings; a hospital based TCU, skilled nursing facilities and in private and state run organizations. Beth’s professional interests are focused in the areas of regulatory compliance and project management. In her eleven years at Walker she has facilitated several cross functional teams in the evaluation and improvement of their work.
Beth is a Registered Nurse who currently is a member of; Aging Services of Minnesota where she sits on the Survey and Analysis Compliance Committee and the Women’s Health Leadership TRUST.
Anneliese PetersonAs the Senior Corporate Director of Operations, Anneliese Peterson manages the operations and services provided by Walker Methodist’s housing communities. This includes providing leadership and vision for each site in their effort to offer the highest quality customer service.
Before joining Walker Methodist in 2013, Anneliese worked at Sunrise Senior Living for 11 years. In her positions with Sunrise, she served in roles in human resources, later becoming the Executive Director for numerous communities and served as the Regional Director of Operations in Minnesota for the last two-and-a-half years.
Anneliese currently volunteers with the Alzheimer’s Association on their Walk to End Alzheimer’s Committee and Development Committee. She also serves as the Co-Chair for Aging Services of Minnesota’s Housing Cabinet and is a member of their Quality Council.
Anneliese holds a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Northern Iowa, and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Organizational Communication from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota.