Hal’s goal: to increase the number of us who age long and well, strengthening family and social connections, at realistic cost. His first career was with non-profit, state and federal health programs of all types, from Medicaid to HMO’s to the U.S. Indian Health Service. Then for 20 years, he had his own business, helping the largest international firms deliver measurable improvements in all sectors from health to mining to aerospace to international finance. Recently, he worked with diverse non-profits in Maryland to start Community for Life programs, a new non-profit business model to serve the vast majority of seniors who need affordable, safe, and reliable assistance to age-in-place. Hal and his wife have four wonderful, grown children, a Morkie, and too many orchids.