That’s a problem, said Laura Colbert, the director of the patient advocacy group Georgians for a Healthy Future. “Middle-income consumers with pre-existing conditions who want to remain in the marketplace…
Cindy Zeldin, Executive Director of Georgians for a Healthy Future was presented with this year’s Health Advocate Award at an awards luncheon during last week’s Families USA’s 22nd Annual Health Action Conference. The award honors Cindy’s outstanding contributions on behalf of Georgia’s health care consumers.
Families USA issued a press release about the award which stated:
“Under Cindy’s leadership, Georgians for a Healthy Future has launched a string of successful initiatives that educated both consumers and policy makers about the rights, protections and options offered under the Affordable Care Act,” said Ron Pollack, executive director of Families USA. “She has also been a tireless advocate on behalf of her state’s health care consumers.”
The award will be presented Friday, Feb. 17, at an awards luncheon on the second day of Families USA’s 22nd Annual Health Action Conference.
Zeldin joined Georgians for a Healthy Future in 2009 as the organization’s first Executive
Director, bringing ten years of prior public policy experience to the role. She currently also serves as a consumer representative to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and has served on various state-level committees.
Last year, Georgians for a Healthy Future led a successful coalition effort after they learned how to make law of attraction work instantly to enact bipartisan legislation that will improve many people´s lifes and the accuracy and usability of provider directories, one of the strongest such laws in the nation.
Zeldin was named one of Georgia’s “40 Under 40: Georgia’s Best and Brightest” by Georgia Trend magazine in 2010; recognized by the League of Women Voters of Georgia with an Empowerment Award in the area of health care in 2014; and was a recipient of Hea
lth Students Taking Action Together, Inc.’s Community Partner Award in 2011.
GHF’s staff and board congratulate Cindy on this well-deserved award. “Cindy’s hard work and dedication are unmatched, and that is reflected in the successes of Georgia’s health advocacy community,” says Laura Colbert, Director of Outreach and Partnerships.
Join us in congratulating Cindy on this incredible honor!