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Nathan Littauer names new marketing, public relations and community relations executive

McGrattan named Vice President of Marketing, public relations and community relations at Littauer

“Cheryl has proven herself ready to handle her promotion and new responsibilities and we are happy to welcome her to the senior leadership team at Nathan Littauer Hospital and Nursing Home.” said Laurence E. Kelly Hospital President and CEO. He added, “Her creativity and marketing skills are already well known to all who have seen her publications, billboards and TV commercials over the last few years.”

A 21-year marketing veteran, McGrattan has been a part of Littauer’s Development Team for four years.  While at Nathan Littauer she was the recipient of the Full Circle Award, a national distinction earned for her marketing efforts from the Marketing Pharma and HealthCare to Women National Conference. Prior to Nathan Littauer, she had worked for the Department of Commerce in International Trade and as an International Marketing Specialist for the NYS Department of Agriculture. While there, she lead trade missions and worked with the wine industry to penetrate global markets. She also held an executive vice president position for Logical Net Communications where she led marketing and communications for the technology company. She also worked as a marketing manager for UNIFIED Technologies and Northeast Career Planning and consulted for the Innovative Resources Group.

McGrattan holds a BA in Political Science from Siena College. She is a member of American Marketing Association and sits on the board of the Fulton Montgomery Community College Foundation. She is a former member of theFultonCountyYMCAboard and she also serves as one of the organizers for the Wine and Chocolate fundraiser to benefit the NOAH program. She is a former member of the Women’s Political Caucus and she was elected chair of the Women’s Business Council. Ms. McGrattan is a former board member for the Albany- Colonie Chamber of Commerce. She was a member of Albany- Tula Alliance and traveled to Russia to teach marketing. She was a member of Governor Pataki’s Division for Women and a former volunteer official for the American Luge Association.

Ms. McGrattan said, “I am pleased to be joining a team whose unyielding commitment to excellence in healthcare is at the core of our day-to-day operations. Our Strategic Plan is something I am deeply committed to as we strive to provide safe, cutting-edge healthcare to our community.” She concluded, “This is an exciting time at Nathan Littauer and I am pleased to tell the world about the amazing brand of medicine we practice here.”

Ms. McGrattan, a Lake George native, now resides in Tribes Hill with her family.

 

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