The Council is composed of community leaders who represent practice, policy, education, and research locally and statewide. These individuals inform, assist, and guide the Center to: 

  • Identify and pursue collaborative relationships and funding opportunities that advance our mission;
  • Use local, regional, and national aging/older adult/geriatric trends and data to inform activities; and
  • Prioritize activities to best address gerontological/geriatric educational, care/treatment, and research needs now and in the future.