Tilly, Jane DrPH; Reed, Peter PhD
Jane Tilly, DrPH, is Director for Quality Care Advocacy for the National Office of the Alzheimer's Association, Washington, DC. She is responsible for policy analysis and advocacy related to long-term care and quality issues. Part of her work involves serving as co-director of the Association's Campaign for Quality Residential Care. Before joining the Association in 2003, Jane was a Senior Research Associate at The Urban Institute in Washington, District of Columbia. Prior to that, she managed long-term care policy research for the AARP Public Policy Institute.
Peter Reed, PhD, is Senior Director of Programs for the National Office of the Alzheimer's Association, Chicago, Illinois. In this role he leads the development and delivery of Association care and support programming for people affected by Alzheimer's disease and dementia, including people with dementia, families, and professionals. He received his training in the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina, where he is a Fellow of the Institute on Aging Carolina Program on Healthcare and Aging Research.
Address correspondence to: Jane Tilly, DrPH, Quality Care Advocacy, Alzheimer's Association, 1319 F St, NW Suite 500, Washington, DC 20004 ([email protected]).