Governor Baker names Moreno Cargie to Council to Address Aging in Massachusetts
April 14, 2017
Nora Moreno Cargie, president of Tufts Health Plan Foundation and vice president for corporate citizenship for Tufts Health Plan, was named by Governor Charlie Baker to the state’s first Governor’s Council to Address Aging in Massachusetts.
The council comprises leaders from the business community, academia, health care, technology and innovation, advocacy organizations, caregivers, community organizations, and municipalities. The group will develop a plan to improve public and private efforts to support healthy aging in Massachusetts, to achieve the goal of making Massachusetts the most age-friendly state.
Read more about the council.
Foundation Announces $1.1 Million in New Investments to Advance Policies and Practices that Support Healthy Aging
December 15, 2016
Tufts Health Plan Foundation announced today new community investments of more than $1.1 million in the area of policy and advocacy. These grants reflect the Foundation’s commitment to advancing age-friendly policies and practices that are relevant, focus on older adults, and include them in community solutions. The Foundation is also providing year-two support for an additional seven multi-year initiatives. In 2016, the Foundation invested more than $2.9 million in community.
“The momentum is building around age-friendly communities, and we are excited to partner with state and local leaders in their work to consider and include older adults,” said Nora Moreno Cargie, vice president, corporate citizenship for Tufts Health Plan and president of its Foundation. “We are proud collaborators on initiatives that promote cross-sector conversations, address challenges and inequities facing communities, and advance policies and practices that support people of all ages.”
Read more about our community investments.