Josh Hodges plans, organizes, and aligns NCOA's programmatic portfolios and network activation strategy to enable the organization to reach millions of individuals and empower them to enroll in benefits programs, prevent falls, and manage their health.
During his career, Hodges has been working to change aging for the better. Beginning his career as a management consultant, he has since moved to working both in national nonprofits and within the federal government on older adult issues, his work is focused on aging well and equity. He has led multiple federal grant programs and developed national partnerships with Fortune 500 companies that have impacted millions of older adults.
Prior to NCOA, Hodges worked at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Community Living (ACL) where he was Acting Deputy Administrator of the Center for Integrated Programs. In this role, he oversaw 11 aging and disability programs with a total portfolio over $110 million.
Outside of work, Hodges enjoys spending free time with his two sons and is a volunteer Flag Football coach for his 4th grade son. He is a dedicated and often frustrated football fan of Texas A&M, his alma mater.