Our Board of Directors

USAging’s governing body is a member-elected Board of Directors, comprised of two Board members and two alternates from each of the ten federal regions, as well as two Board members and two alternates at-large representing the Title VI Native American Aging Programs. Board members, with the exception of the Title VI representatives, are elected by USAging members in that region and serve three-year terms. Title VI representatives to the Board are elected by USAging-member Title VI programs nationwide and serve three-year terms.

Executive Committee

Mary Ann Spanos
1st Vice President
Pam Curtis
2nd Vice President
Heang Tan
Lynn Kimball
Eva Veitch
  Officers of the USAging Board include: President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Immediate Past President. The President is elected by the membership at large every two years, beginning his/her term at the end of the USAging Annual Conference each summer. A nominating committee of the Board selects the other officer positions for one-year terms; the full Board then votes to approve or amend those recommendations. Committees of the Board include: Executive, Finance, Public Policy and Grassroots, Conference, Membership and Corporate Relations. 

Interested in running for the USAging Board of Directors? Board openings are advertised to all current USAging members via email. For more information about the USAging Board, contact info@usaging.org.

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