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Genevieve Waterman (M.S. in Applied Gerontology, MASM in Aging Services Management) is a gerontologist with experience in the field of aging and disability policy. She possesses knowledge in early-onset Alzheimer’s disease and advocacy, aging programs, home and community based services, long-term supports and services, long-term care ombudsman, and elder abuse. At IMPAQ, she focused on quantitative and qualitative analyses in long-term care, aging, and disability policies.

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Genevieve Waterman

Director, Corporate Partnerships and Engagement

Genevieve Waterman, DSW, is the Director of Corporate Partnerships and Engagement at NCOA. During her tenure at NCOA, Waterman has led innovative programs to help low-income older adults create customized plans to achieve financial security and curriculums that educate older adults to avoid scams and financial exploitation. Waterman also developed the strategic vision of NCOA’s Age Well Planner, a digital tool guiding people through key decisions designed to make their money last longer and address health care needs. She holds a Doctorate of Social Work from the University of Southern California Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. She also holds a Master of Aging Services Management from the University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology and a Master of Applied Gerontology from Towson University’s Center for Productive Aging.

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Guided by our goal to improve 40 million lives by 2030, NCOA will focus on the diverse older adult populations that have experienced the most disadvantages to aging well. Read more about what we value and what we'll do to ensure every older adult has the opportunity to age well regardless of gender, color, sexuality, income, or ZIP code. 

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NCOA fields surveys and analyzes the latest data to understand the shifting needs of older adults, especially those who are most at risk of health and financial insecurity. Explore our latest research reports and findings.

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