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Hannah C. Albers

Hannah C. Albers

Project Director

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Hannah Albers is the Program Director of the National Center to Reframe Aging, led by the Gerontological Society of America on behalf of ten leading aging organizations. With a background as a trained facilitator of the principles to reframe aging, Hannah oversees all functions of the National Center’s work. Her efforts focus on establishing the National Center as the central hub for advancing communication strategies that improve public understanding of aging — engaging national leaders, developing tools and products, showcasing best practices, and teaching advocates across the nation. She is deeply passionate about leveraging her skills in group facilitation, strategic planning, and program management to help build communities where everyone can thrive. Prior to her current role, Hannah worked with a senior services organization where she honed her skills in project management, strategic planning, leadership development, and data analysis, and supported the development of a grant-making organization. She holds a degree in International Business and Global Service from Valparaiso University.

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