Michael Adams is the Chief Executive Officer of SAGE, the oldest and largest organization in the country dedicated to improving the lives of LGBT older adults. Under Adams’s leadership, the scope of SAGE’s work on behalf of LGBT older people has grown tremendously, and SAGE has become the go-to organization on LGBT aging issues on a national scale.
David Vincent, PhD is the Chief Program Officer with SAGE, where he provides vision, oversight and leadership to all direct service programs at SAGE, including care management, housing, behavioral health, and SAGE Center programming at SAGE.
Greg Macias is the Chief Strategy & Impact Officer at SAGE. Working with staff and the SAGE Executive Team, he leads organizational efforts of operational readiness, working across the organization to translate SAGE’s 10-year strategy into implementation. He also oversees management, leadership, and governance practices.
Hilary Meyer is the Chief Enterprise and Innovation Officer at SAGE. In this position, Meyer oversees select national projects such as SAGECare, SAGE’s training and consulting social enterprise; SAGE’s National Resource Center on LGBT Aging; the US Administration for Community Living’s Senior Medicare Patrol Integration project; and key elements of SAGE’s National Housing Initiative.
Lynn Faria is the Chief Officer for External Affairs at SAGE, where she leads SAGE’s Development and Policy teams. Prior to joining SAGE, Faria worked in senior leadership roles at the Empire State Pride Agenda (New York’s statewide LGBT advocacy organization), serving as Development Director, Deputy Executive Director, and Interim Executive Director.
Patrick Aitcheson is the Chief of Staff at SAGE. Previously, he worked for the Diverse Elders Coalition, of which SAGE is a founding member, for two years. Prior to that, Aitcheson worked on the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) HIV/AIDS hotline as a counselor, peer supervisor, and trainer.