Looking at findings of self-reported well-being for priority populations such as older women and focusing on lives by dimensions of sexual orientation, race and ethnicity can help inform strategies for policymakers and public health experts looking for ways to enhance health and well-being at the national, state, and community levels. The Aging Hub will build upon the Adult Well-being Assessment and develop a unified measure of collective well-being to evaluate the relative impact of specific efforts on the collective well-being of communities and in networks, such as through the nation’s senior centers and other community-based organizations.