In January 2020, the American Society on Aging (ASA) began a Q&A series with well-regarded leaders in aging. In his interview, Bob Blancato – a longtime National Advisory Board member and mentor for the Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program – mentioned our program and discussed why HAPF and programs like it are so valuable for fostering successful leadership in the field of aging. Click here to read the full interview!
Health and Aging Policy Fellows work on a diverse range of aging-related issues, both in DC and nationwide. Whether it’s through career progression and promotions, research, and publications, our Fellows continue to influence policies for older Americans at the federal, state, and community level. Please click below to see recent updates from the following Fellows:
Heidi Allen, Kate Clark, Julie Bobitt, Julie Bynum, Julie Carter, Julia Driessen, Taneika Duhaney, Thomas Eagen, Gary Epstein-Lubow, Lori Frank, Matthew Goldman, Alison Hernandez, Angelica Herrera-Venson, Sharon Inouye, Teri Kennedy, Jamie Kuhne, Jacquelyn Kung, Nancy Kusmaul, Luming Li, Hannah Luetke-Stahlman, Susan Lynch, Joanne Lynn, Angela Mattie, Diane Meier, Madeline Naegle, Anne Ordway, Beth Prusaczyk, Dorry Segev, Aditi Sen, Erica Solway, Sally Stearns, Eileen Sullivan-Marx, Salom Teshale, Mary Tinetti, Laural Traylor, Margaret Wallhagen, Vicki Walker, Jennifer Wolff, Jennifer Wong