Dr. Lori Azzara Taking on Important Advocacy Roles in Psychology

Lori Azzara, PsyD (Antioch 2005) has taken on the Chair of the Massachusetts Psychological Association/Massachusetts Neurological Society (MPA/MNS) Joint Advocacy Group that meets with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.

Dr. Azzara has been an active member of the MNS Professional Affairs Committee and MPA Assessment Committee for several years.  More recently. she became the Co-Chair of the MPA Assessment Committee and has just been chosen President-Elect of MNS.  Over these last several years, and recently at an accelerating pace, she has been building her breadth and depth of knowledge and her direct experience in advocacy work. As the MPA announcement described her:  She is committed to engaging in mutually respectful, collaborative, productive work with her colleagues, and she brings the same commitments to engaging with those with whom we advocate.

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