With more than 30 years of experience, Sally White is a leader in the field of aging and champion of the rights of older adults and their caregivers. A graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Maryland, where she earned a M.S. in Family and Community Development with a Certificate in Gerontology, Sally joined Iona as an intake specialist in 1986. Since that time, she has worn many hats including deputy director of programs and services, director of Iona’s adult day health center, director of quality management and — since 2009 — executive director. Under her leadership, Iona has added new programs to meet the growing needs of older adults (such as the Take Charge/Age Well Academy for retirees) and continues to expand its care management services and its adult day health center. With a strong commitment to advocacy and improving the quality of life for all older residents of the District and beyond, Sally is instrumental in the leadership of the city-wide DC Senior Advisory Coalition, which she co-chairs, and the DC Coalition on Long Term Care. She also serves on the Program Committee of Generations United and is a member of the 2014 class of Leadership Greater Washington.