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.
has worked extensively in nonprofit and publicly funded health care programs, with a focus on health coverage for low-income and uninsured populations.
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.