Lynn Friss Feinberg is Senior Strategic Policy Advisor at the AARP Public Policy Institute, and is responsible for family caregiving and long-term care issues. She came to AARP from the National Partnership for Women & Families, serving as the first Director of the Campaign for Better Care. Previously, Ms. Feinberg served as Deputy Director of the National Center on Caregiving at Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA), where she was a leader in family-centered care and dementia issues. At FCA, she directed the National Consensus Project for Caregiver Assessment, and led the first 50-state study on publicly-funded caregiving programs in the U.S. In 2007-2008, Ms. Feinberg was selected as the John Heinz Senate Fellow in Aging, serving in the office of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer. She has published and lectured widely on family care policy and practice, and has served on numerous advisory boards and committees to address aging and caregiving issues. Currently, Ms. Feinberg is Immediate Past Chair of the American Society on Aging (ASA), and the Chair-Elect of the Public Policy Committee at the Gerontological Society of America (GSA). In 2015, she received the Paul Nathanson Distinguished Advocate Award from Justice in Aging, for her career work on family care issues. In 2006, she received the ASA Leadership Award. Ms. Feinberg holds a master’s degree in social welfare and gerontology from the University of California at Berkeley.