Shirley Bondon, JD, is an experienced Change Agent who is committed to contributing to programs and projects that inform understanding of the social, economic, and environmental factors that shape healthy lives and communities. Including affordable and stable housing, quality education, access to good jobs with fair pay, safe neighborhoods, and access to quality healthcare.
During the past 20 years, she has worked to improve health, aging, and disability policy. She served as an Executive Director and Program Manager at organizations providing services to the elderly, protecting seniors and persons with disability from abuse and neglect, and investigating accusations of abuse and neglect.
She has demonstrated the ability to lead diverse teams of professionals to new levels of success in public and private sector organizations. Her unique educational background, a Juris Doctor, an MBA, and a BS in Industrial Engineering provide the foundation for strong technical and business qualifications. She has an impressive track record of more than 30 years of hands-on experience in program and project management, process improvement, policy analysis and development, and resource management.
She has a proven ability to successfully analyze a program's critical requirements, identify deficiencies and potential opportunities, and develop innovative and cost-effective solutions.
Administration for Community Living (ACL)/Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)