Roles: DSRIP Program Manager & Workforce Outreach Coordinator
Celia Cook joined the team of the North Country Initiative (NCI) as Program Manager in February 2015. Her primary role is to facilitate an understanding and enhance communication with internal and external stakeholders regarding Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP).
In addition to her role with NCI’s DSRIP program, Celia recently began committing part of her time to FDRHPO’s Healthcare Workforce Initiative as Workforce Outreach Coordinator. In this role she oversees the Medical Academy of Science and Health (MASH) camp and Job Shadow programs and works at various community and school-based outreach events.
Celia previously worked with the City of Watertown where she served as Program Manager, as well as in various roles within the nonprofit sector in Watertown and Oneonta, NY. Celia serves as an executive board member for the Volunteer Transportation Center.
Celia began her studies at SUNY Jefferson and completed her Bachelor of Science at SUNY Cortland in Recreation, Leisure Studies and Gerontology.
Dividing her early years between California and Clayton, NY, Celia now resides in Adams with her two children. She enjoys road trips, spending time on the St. Lawrence River and exploring new adventures with her kids!