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AgeSpan welcomes new board members
December 11, 2023

AgeSpan welcomes Andrea Sullivan and Gary Lee as the newest members of our Board of Directors. Both bring a wealth of experience that will help further our mission of ensuring everyone’s choice to lead fulfilling lives as they age.

Andrea is Lawrence General Hospital’s Managed Care consultant and Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Regional Performance Manager for Mass General Brigham Health Plan. She has worked for Lawrence General Hospital for more than 25 years.

Gary recently retired after five decades of working in healthcare. He most recently served as Vice President of Clinical Services for Anna Jaques Hospital. He is currently an adjunct faculty member at Northern Essex Community College.

AgeSpan, formerly known as Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley and North Shore, is a private, nonprofit agency with a mission to ensure everyone’s choice to lead fulfilling lives as they age. across northeast Massachusetts. AgeSpan is a Massachusetts Aging Services Access Point, an Area Agency on Aging, and a designated Protective Services Provider. For information about our and its services, visit www.agespan.org or call 800-892-0890.

 

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