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MPH †Board Vice President †Ow...

Phone: (415) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: , United States
San Francisco Village
3575 Geary Blvd.
San Francisco , California 94118
United States

Company Description: San Francisco Village is a new membership-based non-profit organization designed to help you remain in your own home or apartment as you age. We do this by...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Vice President of Board of Directors, Co-Chair
    San Francisco Village
  • Co-Chair
    San Francisco Long Term Care Coordinating Council
  • Director of Innovation and Business Development
    On Lok Inc
  • Director of Innovation and Development
    On Lok Inc
  • Principal
    Susan Poor Consulting
  • Executive Director
    Planned Parenthood of Marin
  • Affiliate Consultant
    Community Strengths
  • Vice President
    Hospice

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • MPH
  • Bachelors Degree , Political Science
    Brown University
  • Masters Degree , Public Health
    University of California at Berkeley
43 Total References
Web References
Susan Poor, ...
sharethecare.org, 16 Feb 2015 [cached]
Susan Poor, MPH
Susan consults on a wide range of aging-related policy and strategic planning issues with non-profit and government agencies, for-profit companies, and funders. Her passion is innovation in emerging aging-in-place models and the services, resources, technologies, and partnerships needed to make them sustainable, affordable, and responsive to the needs of seniors and their caregivers. Areas of expertise include the Village movement, care coordination, day-to-day services and social supports, transitional care, end-of-life care, family caregiving, health and long term care insurance, and health care delivery.
In 2010, Susan became the first Director of Innovation & Business Development at On Lok in San Francisco, where she led the design of an integrated, home-based, long-term care services model in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to her role with On Lok, Susan worked with the national Village-to-Village Network to replicate Villages nationwide and is a Founder and Board Member of San Francisco Village. In other positions, Susan has served as Director of Planning and Evaluation for the Health Plan of San Mateo, Vice-President and Volunteer Coordinator of Hospice by the Bay, Executive Director of Planned Parenthood of Marin, and has held numerous policy positions in Washington, D.C. She is the former Co-Chair of San Francisco's Long Term Care Coordinating Council and a current member of the Council's Aging and Disability Friendly Workgroup.
Susan has a Masters Degree in Public Health from the University of California at Berkeley and a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Brown University. She is a member of the American Society on Aging, the Gerontological Society of America, LeadingAge, and theVillage-to-Village Network.
Susan's passion for Share The Care™ was sparked by the great caregiving needs she observed in families coping with terminal illness and the effects of long-term, debilitating chronic illness and disability. She believes that Share The Care's network-based approach to caregiving - which systematically, compassionately, and respectfully involves an individual's own family members, friends, neighbors, colleagues, and others in sharing the caregiving role - can provide critically needed and affordable support for patients and families. Susan joined ShareTheCaregiving, Inc. in September 2005 to help increase awareness about Share The Care™ among health care providers and community-based organizations in the western part of the country.
Board and Staff - San Francisco Village
www.sfvillage.org, 30 Oct 2014 [cached]
Susan Poor, Vice President
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Susan Poor, MPH â€" Board Vice President â€" Owner/Principal, Susan Poor Consulting
Susan brings over 30 years experience in aging and health care policy, planning, and administration to her Board role at San Francisco Village. She consults on a wide range of aging-related policy and strategy issues with non-profit and government agencies, for-profit companies, and funders. Her passion is innovation in emerging aging-in-community models, particularly the services, resources, technologies, and partnerships needed to make them sustainable as well as affordable and responsive to the needs of seniors and their caregivers. Susan is a Founder of San Francisco Village, former Co-Chair of San Francisco’s Long Term Care Coordinating Council, a current member of the Council’s Aging and Disability Friendly Work Group, and a member of Share The Care’s Advisory Board.
Share The Careâ„¢ - Home Page
www.sharethecare.org, 10 May 2014 [cached]
Susan Poor
SUSAN POOR, MPH Volunteer Director of Outreach and Volunteer Support (West Coast) Susan is the Director of Innovation & Business Development at On Lok in San Francisco. On Lok has served frail, low-income seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 40 years through the PACE model - the Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly. On Lok created Susan's role in 2012 to expand On Lok's services to a broader population. Susan is a specialist in community approaches to aging, the Village model, systems of practical and social supports needed by older adults, end-of-life care, family caregiving, health care reform, and managed care. Prior to joining On Lok, Susan worked with the Village-to-Village Network to replicate Villages nationwide. As Owner/Principal of Susan Poor Consulting, she worked for 10 years with local governments and nonprofit providers on a wide range of aging and health-related projects. Susan has also served as Vice President of Hospice By The Bay, Director of Patient and Family Services with the Greater Bay Area ALS Association, and Executive Director of Planned Parenthood of Marin.
Susan is a Founder of San Francisco Village and Vice President of its Board of Directors, Co-Chair of the San Francisco Long Term Care Coordinating Council's Aging and Disability Friendly Workgroup, West Coast Director of Outreach for Share The Care™, and an affiliate consultant with Community Strengths. In her work with On Lok and the Village movement, Susan is a leader in focusing attention on the long term care needs of middle-income seniors.
Susan has a Masters Degree in Public Health from the University of California at Berkeley and a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Brown University. She is a member of the American Society on Aging, the Gerontological Society of America, LeadingAge, and the Village-to-Village Network.
Susan's passion for Share The Care™ was sparked by the great caregiving needs she observed in families coping with terminal illness and the effects of long-term, debilitating chronic illness and disability. She believes thatShare The Care™'snetwork-based approach to caregiving - which systematically, compassionately, and respectfully involves an individual's own family members, friends, neighbors, colleagues, and others in sharing the caregiving role - can provide critically needed and affordable support for patients and families. Susan joined ShareTheCaregiving™ , Inc.in September 2005 to help increase awareness about Share The Care™among health care providers and community-based organizations in the western part of the country.
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Eileen was a part of the first Share The Care™ group, Susan's "Funny Family", with Sheila Warnock and Cappy Capossela.
Community Strengths
www.communitystrengths.org, 19 Nov 2012 [cached]
Susan Poor
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SUSAN POOR
Susan Poor is a community health, aging services, and end-of-life care specialist with over 25 years experience in health care policy, planning, administration, research, education, and evaluation. She has worked extensively in nonprofit and publicly funded health care programs, with a focus on health coverage for low-income and uninsured populations. She is passionate about building and sustaining healthy communities on all levels; a current professional focus is on community awareness, services, programs, policies, and innovations/best practices related to older adults and their caregivers who wish to remain in their homes and communities as they age. Susan is a Founder and Board Member of San Francisco Village, a member of the San Francisco Long Term Care Coordinating Council, an Advisory Board Member of the San Francisco Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network collaboration, a Steering Committee Member of the San Francisco Network for End-of-Life Care, and the West Coast Director of Outreach and Volunteers for Share The Care.
Susan has a B.A. in Political Science from Brown University and an MPH from the University of California at Berkeley.
All Prior Forums - Institute for Age-Friendly Housing
www.agefriendlyhousing.org, 10 July 2014 [cached]
Susan Poor, Consultant; S.F. Village Board Member; Project Director, Institute for Health Policy Studies, UCSF
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