The Centre County Board of Commissioners has announced the appointment of Natalie W. Corman as Centre County’s Administrator of Mental Health / Intellectual Disability / Early Intervention – Drug & Alcohol (MH/ID/EI – D&A) effective August 5, 2018.
She succeeds Tom McDermott who left Centre County in April.
Natalie has served Centre County government for twenty years beginning her career as a caseworker in the Office of Mental Health. During her two decades of service, she has assumed positions of leadership in the human services area working as a caseworker supervisor, Director of Adult Services, and most recently as the County’s Human Services Administrator/Deputy Administer. In this most recent role, she has led the County’s participation in the Commonwealth’s Human Services Block Grant and provided essential coordination to maximize services for residents of Centre County. Natalie is a founding member of the Centre County Crisis Intervention Team and participates in a variety of community organizations including the Centre County Council of Human Services. Natalie has worked directly with many human service agencies across Centre County and formed essential relationships with local resource providers, community members, and law enforcement. “Natalie brings a wealth of experience to this position,” said Michael Pipe, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners. “We look forward to her continued leadership.”
Natalie currently serves as president of the Pennsylvania Association of County Human Service Administrators and as a member of the HOPE Initiative, Criminal Justice Advisory Board, and Reentry Coalition.
Natalie holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the Pennsylvania State University and 20 years of experience in human services.