OUR MISSION

Our mission is simple yet powerful: to deliver solutions that support and strengthen an organization's greatest assetits people. 

CommuniCare Partners (CCP) was founded on a simple yet powerful principle: people are the greatest asset of any organization. CCP helps bring this belief to life through advisory services for executives, senior leaders, physicians, business owners, boards of directors, teams and organizations. By partnering with those we serve, we provide solutions to the “people-part” of doing business. Our specialty sectors include non-profit/human service, health-related organizations, private physician practices and growing small businesses.

OUR VALUES

  • PEOPLE are the foundation of what we do. We treat our clients and colleagues with trust and respect, and constantly strive to bring out the best in both ourselves and those we serve.

  • COLLABORATION reflects how we work, whether internally as a team, or as we partner with our clients. Together, we create the best possible solutions for your organization.

  • EXCELLENCE is our commitment to providing the highest quality in all that we do—and always with unwavering integrity.

  • SERVICE to our clients is our top priority. We also believe in the importance of service to our community and giving back. Plus, in order to better serve non-profit and charitable organizations, CCP is registered with the Charities Bureau of the NYS Attorney General's Office as a Professional Fundraiser. For more information, on how this can assist your organization, click here

OUR TEAM

  Natalie Anderson                                     Photo courtesy of images by mark

Natalie Anderson                                   Photo courtesy of images by mark

President: Natalie Anderson is an accomplished strategic executive with expertise in non-profit administration, board relations, compliance, branding, marketing/public relations and fundraising. Her ability to work with diverse constituencies and motivate performance-driven teams has been instrumental in executive coaching and influencing workplace culture. Anderson has raised millions of dollars in healthcare, higher education, youth development and social services sectors throughout her career. She is an experienced leader whose proficiency in change management led to the sustainability and double-digit growth of several organizations, including the expansion of Daystar for Medically Fragile Infants, Inc. and Camp Stella Maris where she served as Executive Director. Anderson is proficient in master planning and construction management, crisis communications and employee engagement.

Anderson has an extensive portfolio of community service as board member and volunteer for a wide variety of organizations including: the Advertising Council of Rochester, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, The Children’s Agenda, POTTs and PANS at HOME and the Upstate New York Caregiving and Respite Coalition.  Anderson holds a B.A. in Communication/Journalism from St. John Fisher College, a certificate in Crucial Conversations from VitalWork and is a member of the Leadership Rochester Class of 2015. Anderson lives in Webster, NY with her husband, Mark and three children. She is an avid foodie, reader and runner. 

  KATE MURRAY                                         

KATE MURRAY                                      

Principal: Kate Murray is a seasoned marketing executive whose forte is in branding, print and digital design, marketing communications, advertising, creative strategy and business operations. Her project management expertise and marketing experience in a variety of sectors including retail, travel, nonprofit and technology help bring an organization’s identity to life. Murray is the co-founder of AOK Design, a design agency specializing in branding and design, and previously worked as a Director of Project Management in Marketing at Toys'R'Us and as a Marketing Consultant at Scholastic.

Murray has strong commitment to service and volunteer organizations in her community and is currently serving at President of the Junior Women's Club of RiverDell and New Milford. She is a member of the American Marketing Association and holds a B.A. in English from Villanova University. She lives in North Jersey with her husband, TJ, and three children. She enjoys running, is a jewelry        enthusiast and a self-admitted gym rat.

OUR FOUNDER

Founder: Kelly McCormick-Sullivan was recently named President of Ronald McDonald House of Rochester, NY. Though Kelly is not actively working with clients, her vision of putting people first remains the core philosophy at CCP. 

   Kelly McCormick-Sullivan                    Photo Courtesy of Katherine Cumming Photography

 Kelly McCormick-Sullivan                Photo Courtesy of Katherine Cumming Photography

McCormick-Sullivan is a seasoned senior executive with a specialty in non-profit and healthcare leadership/management, board governance, mergers/acquisitions, change management, HR and strategic planning, and college-level teaching and executive coaching. As president & CEO, McCormick-Sullivan led the Pluta Cancer Center, an independently licensed $15M+ operation, through multiple change initiatives, strategic implementations and engagement strategies. She initiated, negotiated and led the successful acquisition of Pluta into the University of Rochester Medical Center. McCormick-Sullivan also served in leadership roles within the healthcare IT/manufacturing, energy services and higher education industries. Her extensive and diverse background uniquely positions CCP with first-hand insight and “in-the-trenches” experience to partner with clients on ways to improve the performance of both an organization—and its people—through leadership, strategy and engagement. 

McCormick-Sullivan has a strong record of commitment to community with service on the several boards including: the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation, the Rochester Hearing and Speech Center, the Northeast American Lung Association Leadership Board, the Women’s Foundation of Genesee Valley and the Rochester Institute of Technology Health System’s Administration Advisory Board. McCormick-Sullivan holds a M.A. in public communication from American University, a M.S in health systems administration from the Rochester Institute of Technology, a M.A certificate in human resources from Cornell University and a B.A. in politics from the Catholic University of America. McCormick-Sullivan lives in Pittsford with her husband, Dan, and three kids. She enjoys travel, skiing and running.

CCP maintains strategic partnerships with a network of healthcare executives and consultants.