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What Millennials Want from their Health

In this episode, Dr Vonda Wright is joined by Natalie Bencivenga to discuss researched based findings on what millennials want for healthcare today and in the future.  Natalie Bencivenga is…
December 6, 2020

What Millennials Want from their Health

In this episode, Dr Vonda Wright is joined by Natalie Bencivenga to discuss researched based findings on what millennials want for healthcare today and in the future. 

Natalie Bencivenga is a journalist, media personality and former SEEN editor at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. She co-produced and co-hosted the mid-Atlantic Emmy nominated biweekly webshow: Setting the SEEN. A licensed social worker, she pens the digitally nationally syndicated weekly advice column, Ask Natalie at UExpress.com, the home of Dear Abby and Miss Manners. Her column debuted at number three on the site. Prior to being an advice columnist, she ran her own online lifestyle magazine for five years and worked as a licensed mobile therapist, with her master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She was also accepted to medical school in 2007 but deferred her seat to follow her creative passions. She also runs a small digital media consulting company and works with clients from all over the country. 

 

Follow her on Twitter @NatalieBenci and on Instagram @NatalieBenci. 

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