Making Upper Arlington a Better Place For All of Us
The Upper Arlington Commission on Aging serves as the informed voice empowering, educating and enriching the lives of Upper Arlington residents as we age.
The Upper Arlington Commission on Aging is an important organization that serves as a sounding board and an important resource in the Upper Arlington community.
Board Of Directors
Jennifer Cameron, Executive Director
Marybeth Cartmille, Chair, Options Home Services
Bryan England, Vice Chair, Bauers Financial
Michelle Crum, Secretary, OSU College of Nursing
Hilary Dodson, Treasurer, Kaiser Consulting
Larae Schraeder, Immediate Past Chair, Schraeder Law, LLC.
Marty Cameron, OTR/L Retired
Klodiana Tedesco, Nationwide
Teresa Wasserstrom, Syntero
Judy Yesso, Community Volunteer
Kathy Adams, UA City Council, ExOfficio
Christine Leyshon, UA C.A.R.E.S., ExOfficio
Jim Lynch, UA City Council, ExOfficio
Debbie McLaughlin, City of Upper Arlington, ExOfficio
SEEKING NEW BOARD MEMBERS!
Are you interested in helping adults age in the community? The UACOA is seeking interested applicants who reside in Upper Arlington or work or serve older adults in Upper Arlington.
The UACOA Board of Directors is comprised of residents and business leaders who are dedicated to the organization’s mission.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about helping older adults secure resources to help them age successfully in the community.
For more information, contact Jennifer Cameron.
In 2021, a community assessment was conducted through the Upper Arlington Commission on Aging with support from staff and students of Age-Friendly Columbus and Franklin County, the Upper Arlington Commission on Aging Board of Directors and ETC Institute to help define the perceived needs and assets of older adults living with the community of Upper Arlington Ohio.
This assessment was made possible by the generous support of the Upper Arlington Community Foundation and the Upper Arlington Senior Association, Senior Advisory Council.
You can access the report here.
We are grateful for the growing number of organizations and individuals who support the UACOA with funding. Stay tuned as we add more of their logos!