Staff

Molly Kostecky

Molly Kostecky has been working at some capacity in medical clinics for over 25 years. She completed the Medical Office Assistant program at Minneapolis Business College in 1988 where she obtained her certification as a Medical Assistant. For the past 25 years, Molly has kept up with medical laws and regulations, as well as the changing practices for coding and billing for medical and mental health services. Molly currently manages the front office operations as well as the service billing for Rosenberg Center.
  


   

Gerri Hogan

Gerri has spent her entire 30 plus year career in the medical field. After completing the Hospital Unit Coordinator course at St Paul College she worked as a HUC on the Adolescent Behavioral Health unit at United Hospital for 8 years. After transferring to the adult units where she worked for 12 years she moved to the outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic. She then took a position at a family practice clinic where she started as receptionist and eventually moved up to billing and coding claims. When the clinic closed in 2013 she worked in the business office of a pediatric clinic for 2 years.  At the Rosenberg Center she is a  Front Office Coordinator and Billing Specialist.
  

Joe Sheeser

Joe has experience working in Human Resources and various office administration roles.  He received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the College of St. Scholastica in 2014 and his Master of Arts in Strategic Leadership from Bethel University in 2017. Joe helps lead front desk operations, manages therapy schedules, and manages medical records.
   
 
    


   

Angie Wazlawik

Angie Wazlawik has been working in the health care industry for over 20 years.  After working as a Licensed Practical Nurse for six years, she graduated in 2005 as a Registered Nurse.  Her calling was to care for the terminally ill and families through hospice; but this has evolved through the years in many ways. 

She has two children, a 12 year old daughter, and a 10 year old son.  In her son's early school years, teachers and family began to notice things weren't "quite right" with her child, which led to testing, and a diagnosis of ADHD and SID.  The Rosenberg Center couldn't have fit into her life at a better time; and her life experiences allow her to share her story and empathy with the families we serve here daily. 

Re-married in 2014, her husband and their kids enjoy camping, being on the water, boating, movies, shopping, festivals, and just plain fun!
   
1935 County Road B2 West Suite 100 Roseville, MN 55113 (651) 636-4155