We are Oregon's and SW Washington’s Network
in the Field of Aging

The world is aging, and that impacts all of us - every individual, family, business, non-profit organization, government agency and community. What's your aging strategy? We can help!

Our Vision: We envision our region as a vibrant and vital place to age - a region that celebrates age as an asset..

Our Mission: We enhance knowledge and cultivate a network of all those involved in the field of aging to improve the lives of older adults and those who support them in Oregon and SW Washington.

How We Do This: Our network enables service providers, policy makers, businesses, educators, researchers, students and others to share expertise and best practices to address challenging issues. 

Featured OGA News: January 2020

Siobhan Maty will serve in the role of President of the OGA for 2020, taking the baton from Margaret B. Neal. Margaret continues on the Board as Past President. Other officers in 2020 include Kathleen Sullivan as President-Elect, Sara Kofman as Treasurer, and Karen Kinzey as Secretary. 

Also serving on the OGA Board for 2020 are Alan DeLaTorre, Anabel Pelham, Ann McQueen, Carlos Romo, Claire Ghazal, Cory Bolkan, Joyce DeMonnin, Melissa Cannon, Patty Glines, and Walter Dawson.

To learn more about OGA's Board of Directors, please visit our Board page!

Membership Doesn't Cost. It Pays.

Interested in becoming an OGA member? OGA membership helps you to enhance your network, provide personal and professional growth, and enhance your knowledge through educational programming. OGA is your source for information on age-related issues and provides a forum to share information between organizations: Give back to your industry while making new friends! OGA values your membership as our members are the lifeblood of our organization. For current rates, please visit the Membership page.

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