Porsha Hall is the Director of Program Quality and Innovation at SAGE, where she leads the design, implementation, and management of a coordinated and comprehensive strategy for measuring the impact of SAGE’s programs and services. Previously at SAGE, she managed health programming for the organization’s five LGBT senior centers and assisted with evaluation of the nation’s first federally funded National Resource Center on LGBT Aging.
Porsha is a health gerontologist and researcher who holds over a decade of experience designing programs and initiatives to improve the health outcomes among marginalized groups of older adults. As a researcher, her most recent work has concentrated on falls prevention, exercise promotion, and the development of innovative health education interventions for an aging population. She has extensive experience in community-based participatory research, qualitative/quantitative methodology, and survey methodology. She is pursuing a Doctorate in Health Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She holds a MPH in Community Health Education from Hunter College and a MA in Gerontology from Georgia State University.