OAA Title IIID Coordinator Convening
This webinar will provide updates from the Administration for Community Living on Older Americans Act Title III-D, identify best practices, strategies, and resources to help states and their partners administrator and implement these programs, and provide coordinators an opportunity to engage in discussion with your peers about current successes, challenges, and opportunities.
Watch the webinar and access the key takeaways in the handouts.
Shannon Skowronski (she/her)
Team Lead, Administration on Aging
Administration for Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Shannon Skowronski is the Team Lead in the Office of Nutrition and Health Promotion Programs, within the U.S. Administration for Community Living’s (ACL), Administration on Aging (AoA). For over a decade, she has provided subject-matter expertise for AoA senior leadership, as well as managed a portfolio of grants, focused on healthy aging. Previously, Ms. Skowronski served as a health policy analyst with RTI International. A former McGregor Geriatric Fellow, Ms. Skowronski holds Masters in Public Health and Masters of Social work degrees from the University of Michigan.
Senior Program Associate
National Council on Aging
Michelle Mai, MPH is the Senior Program Associate with the Center for Healthy Aging. She brings experience conducting outreach increasing public health education within the community. In this role with NCOA, she provides technical assistance to chronic disease self-management education and falls prevention grantees, striving to help them reach their grant goals as they implement evidence based programs into their community. Michelle received her Master’s degree in Public Health and Bachelor’s degree in Community Health from George Mason University.
Kathleen Zuke, MPH (she/her)
Associate Director, Center for Healthy Aging
National Council on Aging
Kathleen Zuke was privileged to grow up with eight loving grandparents and developed a passion for supportive services for older adults as a caregiver for her grandfather. She has been a Senior Program Manager with the Center for Healthy Aging since 2015. In this role, she works collaboratively with community-based partners across the country to identify, implement, and sustain evidence-based programs that support older adults in staying well and aging in the community, including chronic disease self-management education, falls prevention, and behavioral health. She has a Master’s degree in Public Health from Hunter College and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland.