Natalia joined CDPHP in 2015 as a communications writer/editor. Born and raised in the Capital Region, Natalia earned a BS in marketing and management from Siena College and an MBA from Union Graduate College (now Clarkson University). A self-professed news junkie and lover of iced coffee, Natalia currently resides in North Greenbush with her husband, two kids, and a faithful yellow lab.
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Earlier in my career, I had the privilege of working in an extremely difficult yet inspiring field – organ and tissue donation. While I wasn’t part of the team that spoke with families, requested consent for donation, or actually participated in the recovery of organs, I met and continue to meet countless people whose lives were touched by this truly courageous and selfless act. continue reading →
CDPHP® is excited to announce that we’ve refreshed our member newsletters. Most members should keep an eye out for CDPHP Thrive™, but Medicare subscribers should look for CDPHP Best Life™. continue reading →
While it seems like kids have no trouble getting into their summer routines of swimming, sleeping in, and playdates with friends, getting back into the swing of things in the fall is a different story. continue reading →
The ability to manage stress has long-been touted as imperative for adults. In this fast-paced world we are living in, where our smartphones are always within reach, work deadlines are constantly looming, and the kids need to be driven to ten different places after school, it’s no wonder most adults are bleary-eyed. continue reading →