(Sarasota,FL) – The Institute for the Ages recently added two national experts on aging to its growing board of directors. They will provide perspective as well as visibility to the Institute.
Gail Gibson Hunt
Gail serves as the President and CEO for the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC), based in Washington D.C. Before leading NAC, Gail was President of her own aging services consulting firm for 14 years. Additionally, she has conducted research for the National Institute on Aging and the Social Security Administration. Gail is currently serving as the chair of the National Center on Senior Transportation, as a Commissioner of the Center for Aging Service Technology, as Secretary of the Long-Term Quality Alliance, and is on the Governing Board of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institure (PCORI).
Harry R. Moody, Ph.D.
Dr. Moody is the recently retired Vice President and Director of Academic Affairs for AARP. As the author of over 100 scholarly articles and numerous b books, including his most recent, “The Five Stages of the Soul”, Dr. Moody has made a significant contribution to the collective knowledge on aging. In 2011 he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society on Aging and in 2008 was named by Utne Reader Magazine as one of “50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World”.
The staff and board of the Institute for the Ages are excited to welcome Gail and Harry to the family. They each bring years of experience and research that will be vital to realizing the Institute’s mission.
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About The Institute for the Ages. The Institute for the Ages is a national innovation center that explores the possibilities of aging. Our mission is to connect innovators with older adults to transform aging and improve lives. Our vision is to catalyze innovation, engage communities and evangelize positive aging. We connect community residents, government, research organizations, companies and others to advance policy, product, and service innovations that will improve the lives of people across age groups.