The National Council on Aging Relocates Headquarters to Arlington
Mar 4 15
The National Council on Aging has signed a 12-year lease to relocate its headquarters from Washington, D.C., to a location in Arlington directly above the Crystal City Metro station. According to West, Lane & Schlager Realty Advisors LLC, the D.C.-based firm that brokered the deal, the council will occupy 14,359 square feet. It's locating to a new building at 251 18th Street that has an outdoor plaza as well as access to nearby restaurants, retailers and other amenities.
The National Council on Aging Elects Two New Board Members
Jan 9 14
The National Council on Aging appointed two new members to the NCOA Board of Directors, effective immediately. Heather Dupré has 30 years of experience creating and growing the world's strongest brands. Current President & CEO of Egg Strategy Inc., Dupré leads a 55-person global marketing consultancy with a focus on world-class Fortune 500 clients, including Nestlé, J&J, Kraft, Shire, McDonald's, and Vanity Fair Corporation. Previously, as Global Director of Women's Health for Bristol Myers-Squibb, Dupré created and launched the Viactiv Active Nutrition for women, the first by women for woman brand that won best new product of the year from Business Week. Sunder Joshi is Chief Administrative Officer/CFO for the American Heart Association, with oversight of Finance, Human Resources, Technology, Facilities and Corporate Services, Internal Audit, and Bequest Administration.Prior to his current position, Joshi was tasked with merging the business operations of 18 independently incorporated chapters into one entity and later managed similar mergers of the California, Greater Los Angeles, Nevada, and Utah affiliates.
The National Council on Aging Launches New Online Tool 'EconomicCheckUp'
Dec 10 13
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) launched a new online tool, EconomicCheckUp(R), to assist older Americans with budgeting, saving money, employment, and achieving greater financial security. EconomicCheckUp(R) asks a series of questions to help older adults identify benefits and services that could save money; find ways to cut expenses; better utilize existing assets, such as wages and home equity; and develop a concrete plan to achieve greater economic security. EconomicCheckUp(R) is one of a suite of online tools designed by NCOA to help seniors maximize their money. Other tools include BenefitsCheckUp(R), which screens for thousands of public and private benefits programs, and My Medicare Matters(TM), an educational site that helps people with Medicare make the most of their coverage. EconomicCheckUp(R) was developed with generous support from The Retirement Research Foundation and Bank of America Charitable Foundation.