We are proud to have a committed leadership team of innovative and hard-working individuals dedicated to the betterment of our community and pursuing new ideas to engage and serve 50+ Older Adults.

Ford Allison

Project Board Member


Ford Allison is a health and human services leader with more than 24 years of providing services for individuals needing long term services and supports.

Currently he is MCO/MLTSS Policy Leader with Team Public Choices, LLC, in Denver.

Besides non-profit experience, his areas of expertise include Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS), managed care, Dual Eligibles, Medicare Advantage, Home & Community Based Services (HCBS), Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), project management, RFP proposal response, P&L management, and business development.

Ginger Maloney

Project Board Member


Ginger’s career has bridged the fields of education, nonprofit management, and philanthropy.

She retired from the University of Denver as Dean Emerita of the Morgridge College of Education, where she also established and directed the Marsico Institute of Early Learning and Literacy.

She serves as as an independent consultant to nonprofit and philanthropic organizations and has served on numerous state-level committees and nonprofit boards focused on education and systems-building work in early childhood.

She also serves as a board member of the Colorado Health Foundation and the Isle Nathan Foundation.

Karen Newman

Project Board Member


Karen is a past Professor and Dean of the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business and was instrumental as early mission advisor for launching Boomers Leading Change.

Before serving with DU, she held leadership positions at Georgetown University and the University of Richmond.

Her expertise includes business ethics and international management, and she has published various articles on sustainable careers.

Most recently, she served as a Board member for Colorado Public Radio.

Liz Ullman

Project Board Chair


Liz retired from a 40-year career in communications, the last 30 years as president of ViCom, Inc, a strategic communications company handling messaging and communications for non-profit clients.

She began her career as the nation’s first full-time sports information director for women’s intercollegiate athletics with jobs at three Big Ten universities.

After getting her master’s degree in Public Policy Analysis she changed her career focus to public affairs. She spends her retirement advocating for social justice causes, most recently focusing on a military coverup involving the National Guard.

Barbara Yondorff

Project Board Member


Barbara is president of Yondorf & Associates, a health policy consulting firm.

Her areas of expertise include health policy research and analysis, feasibility studies, strategic planning, facilitation, legislative drafting and analysis, and grant writing and review.

She is a Board member for the Mental Health Center of Denver, Center for African American Health, and Project Future Institute (K-12 education).