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Mark Clark, CEO of Pima Council on Aging, will explain what PCoA is and does, and outline volunteer opportunities.
Since 1967, PCOA has led the way to improve the experience of aging for the communities of Pima County, Arizona. Providing expert services, advocacy, and unbiased information for older people and their families is at the heart of our work.
PCOA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inclusive, innovative, and integrated services that meet the changing needs of Pima County’s older adults. This work is only possible with the support of our funders, donors, and volunteers.
PCOA helps our community age well through a network of programs and services, provided directly by our knowledgeable staff and volunteers, or offered through agreements with community partners.
PCoA advocates for the rights and needs of older adults in everything it does. This includes providing resources and information to help you make informed choices and find solutions that are right for you. PCoA also offers education and services to help you live an independent, vibrant life.
Instructor(s): Frederick Eisele, Mark Clark
Central Tucson Member Frederick Eisele is also member of the Pima Council on Aging (PCoA) citizen Advisory Council. He offered an OLLI course several years ago on “Aging in Community.” He will introduce the speaker Mark Clark, CEO of PCoA.
Mark Clark is President & CEO of PCoA, a position he has held since 2014. He has more than thirty-five years of executive leadership of behavioral health, aging, human service, housing and faith-based organizations. From 2011 to 2013 he served as Associate General Minister of the Cleveland-based United Church of Christ. Prior to this position, Mark served for twelve years as the President & CEO of CODAC Behavioral Health Services. He is currently a board member of the Rotary Club of Tucson, TUSD Benefits Trust and Presidio San Agustin. He has been active in number community and professional organizations, including the Southern Arizona Leadership Council, Old Ft. Lowell Neighborhood Association, the National Organization of Social Workers and United Way. He is honored to have been selected to be Arizona Social Worker of the Year in 2009, and to have received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness. Mark holds a Masters in Social Work from ASU and an undergraduate degree from NAU. He was a 2002 Fellow of the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He has taught at both the graduate and undergraduate levels at the ASU School of Social Work and Pima Community College.
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