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What does IA stand for?

IA stands for Island Alliance (Boston, Massachusetts)


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8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- EmblemHealth, the largest New York-based health insurer, and Advance Care Alliance (ACA), a newly formed entity owned in partnership by Advance of Greater New York, LLC; Alliance Care Network, LLC and Long Island Alliance, LLC comprised of more than 75 not-for-profit service providers who have a long history of working with the New York State Office of Persons with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD), have established a collaboration to manage the care of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).
She served as the first president of the Boston Harbor Island Alliance and the first Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
The South Island Alliance (an alliance of all South Island district health boards) is a member of the co-operative working to support the promotion of ACP across the South Island through its Health of Older People Service Level Alliance (HOPSLA).
Abbott is a recognized leader in conservation, serving as interim president and executive vice president of The Trustees of Reservations; director of the Conservation and Recreation Campaign of The Trust for Public Land; commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation; and president and CEO of the Boston Harbor Island Alliance.
The misapplication of the law was so flagrant and so clearly mean-spirited in this case that it caught the attention of friendly legislators and editorial writers who had previously lacked the motive to work to get the law off the books," says Kate Monteiro, president of the Providence-based Rhode Island Alliance for Lesbian and Gay Civil Rights.