Leaders Bring Experience, Passion, and Innovation
Washington, D.C. – The National Council on Aging (NCOA) welcomes three new leaders in the field of aging to the NCOA Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Carolyn Buck Luce, Global Pharmaceutical Leader at Ernst & Young, was recently named 2012 Woman of the Year by The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association. She is responsible for overseeing strategy, thought leadership, resourcing, learning, and solutions for the firm’s life science clients.
A passionate advocate for the advancement of women in business, Ms. Buck Luce is a co-founder of the Corporate Council for the White House Project, which brings together major corporations to enhance the perception of women as business leaders in the public eye. She also is co-chair and co-founder of The Talent Innovation Task Force and currently serves on the Mayor’s Commission on Women’s Issues in New York City, where she advises on strategies and programs to make it the best large city for women to live and work.
“We are thrilled to welcome these three impressive leaders to the NCOA Board of Directors,” said James Firman, president and CEO of NCOA. “They bring tremendous wisdom, energy and insights which will help NCOA to have an even greater impact on the lives of millions of older adults, especially those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged.”
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