For Immediate Release Sarah Twomey The College Diabetes Network (857) 415-3733 firstname.lastname@example.org Boston, MA, April 5th, 2019 -- The College Diabetes Network (CDN) is excited to announce that they will be holding their first Leadership Summit. CDN will gather their strongest young adult leaders in the diabetes community to share their experiences and prepare for a future in the diabetes sector. These leaders will be invited to discuss the unmet needs of the young adult… Read more
This past week, I had the distinct pleasure of attending “The State of Diabetes” - a meeting for congressional members on Capitol Hill. While it does sound like “The State of the Union” address, I was not appointed the “designated survivor” (lucky for you). Rather, this meeting of the minds allowed the most prominent members in the diabetes community to come together and brief congress people on where our country is in diabetes research, expenses, and overall life with the disease. This meeting… Read more
College Diabetes Network CEO and Founder to speak on Congressional panel Washington, D.C., March 11, 2019 -- The College Diabetes Network (CDN) is excited to announce that their CEO & founder, Christina Roth, will be a featured panelist on the State of Diabetes Congressional Panel, which was organized by Children With Diabetes. Ms. Roth will be speaking about the impact and challenges young adults with type one diabetes face as they transition into adulthood. The State of Diabetes… Read more
When I found CDN as an undergraduate student, I was still a Chemistry Pre-Med student at Ohio University. By that time, I had been involved in the diabetes space in my local community, but I hadn’t really found my voice yet. As we had our introductory call with Jo, the CDN Program director at the time, I had not even the slightest inkling that my first job after college would be at CDN. Now, after a year and a half on the team, I have to say goodbye as I head back to school for nursing. Before… Read more
Hey Everyone! My name is Emily, and I am thrilled to be joining The College Diabetes Network (CDN) as the newest Program Assistant! I will be working primarily with the Midwest chapters, Campus Programs, and the CDN Ambassador Program! I was diagnosed with T1D at age 11 and have been heavily involved in the T1D community ever since. During the summer following my diagnosis, I attended summer camp through the American Diabetes Association. I have attended, worked, and volunteered at diabetes… Read more
Meet our 2018-2019 CDN Student Advice Columnists! they are here to answer your anonymous questions about all things T1D. Submit your questions here, and they may be answered in an upcoming blog!
ABBEY GILL, ROWAN UNIVERSITY, BRANDON YUNKER, EASTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY, MARA SPECTOR, STEVENSON UNIVERSITY Meet our 2018-2019 CDN Student Advice Columnists! they are here to answer your anonymous questions about all things T1D. Submit your questions here, and they may be answered in an upcoming blog! Abbey Gill Public Relations Rowan University 2020 CDN 2017-2018 Student Advice Columnist, CDN 2018 Summer Intern My connection to T1D: I was diagnosed at age 12. My least favorite… Read more
Editor's note: we are sad to say "see you later" to our summer interns, Abbey and Danielle, but we know they'll do incredible things! This summer, they worked on a brand new CDN Chapter handbook - we're excited for you to check out all of the great info in it!
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Press Release: Christina Roth, Ceo And Founder Of College Diabetes Network, Honored As Boston Business Journal “40 Under 40” Recipient.
August 24, 2018 (Boston, MA): The College Diabetes Network (CDN) is proud to announce that their CEO and Founder, Christina Roth, was recognized as one of the Boston Business Journal’s 40 under 40. This award is presented to young executives on the rise, entrepreneurs and innovators who are truly making a mark in their respective industries in ways that are fueling Massachusetts’ economic engine. Christina, 29, has led CDN as its Chief Executive Officer since her appointment in 2012. Diagnosed… Read more