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Colorado Center for Aging

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CCA Executive Committee Officers & Board Members

Vice President

Chris Lynn
After 20+ year career in residential real estate, and serving on various boards, philanthropic ventures, I was given the opportunity to serve at President and CEO of Seniors Resource Center. I have a BS degree in Aerospace Science with a Business minor. I am currently a representative of the Jefferson County Commission on Aging to the DRCOG AAA Advisory Board.


Jodi Waterhouse, MHA
Director, Outreach Programs – The Multidisciplinary Center on Aging
Office of Vice-Chancellor of Health Affairs
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Board Members

Phil Cernanec
Member and Past Chairperson of the Advisory Committee on Aging (ACA) for the eight Metro Denver Counties, Co-founder of the Aging Well Resource Center, Littleton, CO and Advisory Group Member of the Cycling Without Age Littleton Affiliate (providing seniors with wind-through-their-hair), – along with many other affiliations and interests

Jeanette Hensley
Jeanette has been involved with CCA and formerly Colorado Senior Lobby for over 23 years.  She retired from The Colorado Department of Human Services as the Director of Aging and Adult Services, after working for 32 years for the state.  When she is not at the Capitol advocating for older adults, she is walking/hiking with her dogs, spending time with her granddaughters and refinishing furniture.

Rich Mauro
Co-Chair of CCA Advocacy Committee and Senior Policy and Legislative Analyst Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG)

Vacancy on CCA Board

The Colorado Center for Aging is dependent on volunteers, which includes our Board of Directors, to ensure we are successful at our mission of educating and advocating for older Coloradans. CCA’s board is an active collegial group of individuals committed to providing an advocacy platform for the issues most impacting the wellbeing of older Coloradans. We are seeking to fill vacancies on our Board of Directors and are particularly interested in candidates with any of the following areas of expertise: financial, banking, accounting and fundraising.

If you are interested in applying or knowing more about CCA’s Board of Directors, please send us an email.

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