Ali joined the public relations team at CDPHP in 2011 and is currently the director of public relations. In this role, she works closely with members of the press and public to communicate key information about CDPHP, as well as the health care industry as a whole. A self-described recovering journalist, Ali spent nearly 10 years writing and delivering news stories for CBS6 News and WGY Radio. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism with a minor in political science from SUNY Oswego.
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CDPHP® member Kim Tomlinson is a busy woman. Like many people, squeezing a workout into a jam-packed schedule can be a tough task. Thankfully, she recently discovered an easy and convenient way to break a sweat without breaking the bank. continue reading →
There’s someone I’d like you to meet. Actually, it’s a group of people and they’re part of the CDPHP® Member Advisory Committee, aka MAC. continue reading →
Rising prescription drug costs hurt everyone – from patients who cannot access treatments to consumers who pay higher premiums. continue reading →
CDPHP® and SEFCU are teaming up once again to raise awareness of food insecurity in the Capital Region. For the third straight year, the businesses are proud to present the “Cornival,” a competition where local chefs offer up their best, and most creative, corn-themed dishes. Attendees will have a chance to sample the dishes and vote for their favorite. continue reading →
A sure sign of summer is the sight of pop-up tents lining the parking lot at CDPHP® on Thursday afternoons. Each week, from June to October, you will find a wide variety of products, including produce, plants, prepared foods, and handmade gifts, at the CDPHP Farmers’ & Artisans’ Market. continue reading →