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The work of the Government Relations and Public Policy team is divided among seven individuals who focus on local, state, and national child health policy issues.  The team members are as follow:

Josh Greenberg, Vice President, Government Relations

Amy DeLong, Manager, Federal Government Relations

Kathryn Audette, Director of State Government Relations 

John Riordan, Director, Community Relations & Partnerships

Kate Ginnis, Director, Mental Health Advocacy & Policy

Katherine Lauretano, Government Relations Specialist

Rebeckah Orsatti, Executive Assistant

Join the Team!

If you want to get involved in advocacy efforts, we highly encourage you to join the Children’s Advocacy Network (CAN). The CAN is a grassroots network comprised of Children's employees, volunteers, patients, families, and community members who care about children's health and want to make a difference. More than 1,700 people currently participate in the CAN by writing letters and emails, making calls, and sharing information with a variety of audiences with the goal of influencing policy.

To learn more about the CAN, please click here.

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Phone: 617-919-3055
Fax: 617-919-3118

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Boston Children's Hospital, Office of Government Relations
300 Longwood Avenue, Landmark Center East, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02115

The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”
- Sandra L. Fenwick, President and CEO

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