DSMA Live with Andrea Hulke on 8/18/2011

On August 17, 2011 by Cherise Shockley

Andrea R. Hulke

Director of National Outreach for the JDRF

Andrea R. Hulke is Director of National Outreach for theJuvenile Diabetes Research Foundation headquartered inNew York. Prior to joining the National staff of JDRF, Andrea worked for over 5 years in JDRF’s chapters, first as a chapter volunteer then as staff in Saint Louis and later in Piedmont Triad, North Carolina Chapters. Andrea was JDRF’s very first Chapter Outreach Manager in the country, starting the program in just two chapters and now managing the local programs in all 110 JDRF Chapters and branches. In addition, Andrea manages the development and implementation of JDRF’s National type 1 patient resources and support programs. Her goal is to provide infor­mationand resources about type 1 diabetes, diabetes research,and how best to manageand cope with this disease during each new phase of life.


Prior to JDRF Andrea worked as a high school counselor and program trainer at Jewish Family and Children’s Service inSaint Louis.  Andrea received her Masters in Social Work with specializations in Health and specific focus on Non-Profit Management, Marketing and Resource Development fromWashingtonUniversityinSaint Louisafter receiving her Bachelors in Social Work and Psychology atValparaisoUniversityinIndiana. Andrea is committed to providing personalized support and resources to families, adults and their caregivers; to ultimately improve lives for those living with type 1, specifically her father and brother who live the disease.


To listen to the live broadcast of  Andrea  on DSMA Live visit: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/diabetessocmed/2011/08/19/dsma-live

DSMA Live airs every Thursday at 9 PM EST

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