Becky Urbanski
Becky UrbanskiOnline Health Administration Faculty
EdD, University of Minnesota
MA, College of St. Scholastica
BA, College of St. Scholastica

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Becky Urbanski is the senior vice president, mission integration and marketing at Benedictine Health System (BHS), a Catholic long-term care system based in Duluth, Minnesota. The system consists of more than 40 long-term care campuses with more than 70 facilities in seven Midwestern states. Urbanksi oversees the mission integration, marketing communications, and education departments. She is a member of the senior management team and has been a part of the Benedictine Health System ministry for 13 years. 

Urbanski also serves as a member of the mission advisory committee for the Catholic Health Association of the United States and on the editorial advisory board for Health Progress magazine. 

For a year prior to joining BHS, she worked as an account manager for Russell & Herder Advertising and Public Relations, specializing in higher education and health care accounts. From 1986–1998, she worked at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota, in a number of positions with the last nine years as vice president for admissions and student financial planning. Right after college, she worked as an arts administrator for several years and was a Fellow at the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, D.C. in arts management.

In her spare time, she enjoys music (flute), gardening, and traveling.


2013. Graduate Health Administration faculty member of the year (online program), Saint Joseph's College

2010. Sister Ann Edward Scanlon Alumni Award, The College of St. Scholastica


2016. Health Progress article  "Mission Integration in Long-Term Care Settings."

2015. Presentation at the Catholic Leadership Symposium in Boston, MA.

2015. Presentation at the CHA Pre-LCWR Conference. Houston, TX.

2014. Health Progress article. "The Caregiver's Perspective."

2009. Health Progress article. "The Future of Long-Term Care: One System's Approach."