April Morganti, AGE Executive Director, leaves her role at AGE Inc. to pursue new opportunities. – AGE

April Morganti, AGE Executive Director, leaves her role at AGE Inc. to pursue new opportunities.

A Message from Officers of the AGE Board.

We thank April for her significant contributions to the company over the past few years, where she led with passion. During her tenure, AGE experienced tremendous growth and expansion.

  • AGE has grown physically – in terms of its new bricks and mortar office location and the number of new staff onboarded during the pandemic to meet the company’s rapid growth.
  • AGE has also grown successfully virtually, as demonstrated by the launch of GPA eLearning 4th edition in 2021 and the introduction of popular new virtual formats for GPA Certified Coach Workshops, exciting online presentations at various virtual research conferences in the sector, as well as the team’s ability to accomplish all of this (and more!) efficiently and effectively, while working remotely for two and a half years.

We wish April well for the future. In the interim, longstanding Operations Manager Paula DiLoreto will be managing AGE while the Board conducts a search for the next Executive Director. The Board is grateful for and fully confident in the staff’s ability to continue to serve customers well, focusing on providing  high-quality learning experiences that support healthcare providers’ and students’ daily interactions with older adults living with dementia, while also growing AGE product offerings grounded in evidence-informed research.

We look forward to the next chapter for AGE, and will support the AGE team through this time of change. We have complete faith in this dynamic not-for-profit social enterprise and anticipate strong future growth and productivity that continues to showcase the expertise AGE brings as a leader in the field of dementia-care education.

Julian Quinton, Laurie Fox,

AGE Board Chair

AGE Board Vice Chair

 

 

   
   

 

   
   

 

   
   
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