Citizen Advocates is proud to announce the transition of two employees into two key roles for the organization.
Amanda Tagliarino, of Plattsburgh, has moved into the role of Director of Professional Development and Training, and Kati Jock, of Plattsburgh, is Director of Population Health and Planning.
Most recently, Ms. Tagliarino was a Regional Practice Manager for Citizen Advocates with broad responsibility for operations and performance improvement at its Behavioral Health Clinics. Prior to joining Citizen Advocates, she held similar positions at CVPH in Plattsburgh and private medical practices.
As the Director of Professional Development and Training, she will develop and implement programming to build employee job skills, prepare the next generation of leaders within the organization, in addition to managing special projects.
Ms. Jock, who previously served as the Director of Behavioral Health for Citizen Advocates, will focus on improving health outcomes, quality of care, and value of care for patients.
Using a data driven approach, she will support the development and implementation of partnerships and actions intended to improve the whole health of the population and reduce health inequities.
Prior to joining Citizen Advocates, Ms. Jock was the Director of Strategic and Business Planning at CVPH in Plattsburgh. She played a key role in affiliation processes, business planning and collaborated with leaders to shape the organizational vision.
Both of these roles create new opportunities for the professional growth of the workforce, and build on Citizen Advocates’ legacy of providing best-in-class services to residents in northern New York.