Deanna joined the CDPHP communications team in June 2012. In her role, she assists Public Relations Director Ali Skinner with all aspects of public relations activities, including working with the media to provide key information about CDPHP. Deanna worked in the local news industry since 1998, having worked at The Saratogian newspaper, WTEN Channel 10 and WNYT NewsChannel 13. Prior to moving to New York, Deanna worked at a local newspaper in Boca Raton, FL. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism with a minor in criminal justice from Florida Atlantic University.
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