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Age-Friendly DC Task Force

You are invited to review the November 17 1-3 Age-Friendly DC Task Force meeting notes, and/or the recording of the meeting.

Help one or more Age-Friendly DC Task Force's 14 domain committees prepare 6 months progress reports for the next Age-Friendly DC Task Force meeting. May 18, 2021 1-3.  Call (202) 341-4149 or email Gail Kohn to be invited.  

Before the year-end, Age-Friendly DC anticipates that its Age-Friendly DC 2019 - 2020 Progress Report will be presented for all who are interested in reviewing what has been completed, moved ahead or delayed. Aims, goals and strategies described in Age-Friendly DC 2023 Strategic Plan are expected to be accomplished by December 2023.  

Before the year-end, Age-Friendly DC anticipates that its Age-Friendly DC 2019 - 2020 Progress Report will be presented for all who are interested in reviewing what has moved ahead (or not), since the plan was release by the Mayor in October 2018. 

The following are members of the Age-Friendly DC Task Force.

Name Organization

Lamont Akins

Mayor’s Office of Community Affairs

Kim Alfonso*

Results One

Sean Barry

American Hospital Association

Brittany Branand

NORC University of Chicago

Tama Duffy Day

Gensler

Polly Donaldson

Department of Housing and Community Development

Susan Donley

Leading Age Communications

Ashley Emerson

Mayor’s Office of African Affairs

John Falcicchio

Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

Gail Gibson Hunt

National Alliance for Caregiving

Delano Hunter

Department of Parks and Recreation

Winona Lake

AARP-DC

Dr. Sandra Owens Lawson

Behavioral Programs Consultant

Susan Saunders McKenzie

DC Attorney

Rachel Maisler

Wonk Policy and Communications

Jeffrey Marootian

Department of Transportation

Matthew McCollough

Office of Disability Rights

Laura Newland

Department of Aging and Community Living

Lindsey Parker

Office of the Chief Technology Officer

Dr. Katrina Polk

Aging in Communities

Denise Roper

Internal Revenue Service

Rayna Smith*

Chief of Staff Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services

Ron Swanda

Advocate for Older Adults

Judge (ret.) Mary Terrell

Department of Employment Services

Romaine Thomas

DC Retired Educators of America

Andrew Trueblood

DC Office of Planning

Michelle Vanneman

Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice

Laura Zeilinger

Department of Human Services

* Co-chairs of the Task Force

Task Force-approved notes from previous Task Force meetings are attached.