Georgia Health Policy Center senior research associate Alice Boughrum was recently sworn in as a board member for the Georgia Gerontology Society. She will serve a three-year term.
“I am honored to be elected by the membership of the Georgia Gerontology Society,” Boughrum says. “My work at the Georgia Health Policy Center to expand and strengthen the delivery of programs and services for older Georgians through research, evaluation, and capacity building complements the mission of the society.”
The Georgia Gerontology Society is a statewide multidisciplinary professional network that educates, serves, and advocates for older adults and their families. The society’s work focuses on providing quality education and training opportunities to enhance professional and personal development; improving the lives of older Georgians through policy; and promoting careers in gerontology through networking, mentoring, and scholarships for students and early career professionals.
GGS is the largest state organization of multidisciplinary professionals in the field of aging.