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An Updated Identity to Advance a Critical Mission
For nearly 60 years, Senior Service America has been delivering workforce readiness programs that empower job seekers, attract employers, and transform communities. The unprecedented impact of COVID-19 on our low-income, older workers has made our work even more critical.

Watch our President and CEO, Gary A. Officer, unveil our new brand identity and explain our role in bringing older, low-income job seekers into our Nation's economic recovery.
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Charlotte Mather-Taylor

Executive Director, The Disability and Resource Center of Broward County

Ms. Mather-Taylor currently serves as the Executive Director for the Agency Disability and Resource Center of Broward County. Previously, Ms. Mather-Taylor was the CEO of the Ann Storck Center. She is a change agent who proactively tackles difficult issues, puts people first, and prioritizes ongoing coaching and communication sessions to ensure her teams strive to be the best and thrive in their roles.

Ms. Mather-Taylor is also an experienced lobbyist with over 26 years in the advocacy arena, including 22 years as the VP Government Relations, Community and Public Affairs for one of the top 5 largest public hospital systems in the nation. She has developed an expertise in nonprofit, hospital, health care, crisis management, public affairs, nonprofit, lobbying and issues related to individuals with disabilities and seniors.

A graduate of the University of Florida, Ms. Mather-Taylor earned her BA in Political Science and graduated as the outstanding female leader of her graduating class after serving as the first female student body President. She later earned her MBA from Nova Southeastern University and graduated as a 2008 National Association of Public Hospitals Fellow.