Durham, North Carolina (PRWEB) March 19, 2015
DiabetesSiseters pleased to announce the addition of Tricia Cedotal to their esteemed Board of Directors. Ms. Cedotal was elected in January 2015 by current board members Matt Stella, Donna Rice, Andrea Thomas, Vicki Norris, David Warren, Diana Karczmarczyk, and Wanda Nicholson. As a Board member, Ms. Cedotal will represent DiabetesSisters publicly, and aid in policy-making, advocacy, and fundraising tasks.
Ms.Cedotal’s impressive leadership capabilities have been demonstrated through her remarkable career, as she has helped to advance the progress of diabetes-related projects within numerous global organizations. She brings nearly 30 years of managerial and directorial experience to DiabetesSisters’ Board of Directors.
As the current Lead for Global Professional Relations in the Worldwide Marketing Organization of Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Solution Companies, Ms. Cedotal is well-versed in organizational leadership and strategy. In this role, Ms. Cedotal organizes the strategy and execution of various Insulin Delivery and Blood Glucose platforms worldwide, further contributing to her wealth of diabetes and program management knowledge. Prior to her current position, Ms. Cedotal worked as the District Business Manager for Animas Corporation where she was named District Business Manager of the Year.
“DiabetesSisters is honored to welcome Ms. Cedotal to our organization in a leadership role. Her experience, insight, and knowledge will, without a doubt, help DiabetesSisters’ reach more women with diabetes globally,” said Brandy Barnes, Founder and CEO of DiabetesSisters.
A 510c3 nonprofit, DiabetesSisters is the only organization worldwide focusing exclusively on women with diabetes. Our mission is to improve the health and quality of life of women with diabetes and those at risk of developing diabetes, and to advocate on their behalf. DiabetesSisters has a 12,000-member peer network that unites women with diabetes for the purpose of support, education and advocacy. Signature programs include monthly small group meetings (PODS Meetups); DiabetesSisters’ Conferences throughout the U.S.; and the Life Class Webinar Series and online blogs, forums, and expert resources. For more information, visit http://www.diabetessisters.org.