Ginny Benson

Program Administrator

Program Administrator

Ginny Benson

Ginny is the Program Administrator for a portion of Meridian Services’ Residential Services.

Ginny attended the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Child Psychology, with a minor in Family Social Science.

Ginny began her career with Meridian Services in February 2009. She started working every other weekend at the Golden Hills Specialized Services in Golden Valley. Ginny then began working between Golden Hills, Hampshire South, and Bassett Creek to fill a full time position. She took a full time position at Golden Hills and then was promoted to Program Manager of Golden Hills in November 2010, to Program Director in November of 2011 and then to Program Administrator in August 2012. She has gained much insight into the field and has learned a lot in her short time with Meridian Services.

Ginny lives in Brooklyn Park with her dog, Winston. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, shopping, going to the cabin, playing with her dog and spending time outside.

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