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(Columbia, Md.) – LifeSpan Network, the largest senior services provider association in the mid-Atlantic, today announced the addition of Meg LaPorte to its team as director of communications and marketing.
“We are excited to welcome Meg to our team. Her extensive communications and aging services experience will be key to elevating awareness of LifeSpan Network across the D.C.,
Maryland, Virginia region and beyond,” said Kevin Heffner, LifeSpan Network president and CEO. “With more than 25 years in nonprofit management and 17-plus years of writing, communications, and policy experience in our sector, Meg is a perfect fit for this role.”
LaPorte, who holds a master’s degree in Management of Aging Services from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, served for nine years as managing editor of Provider magazine, which is owned by the American Health Care Association. She also serves as an adjunct instructor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and does freelance writing and communications work for several clients.
About LifeSpan Network
Based in Columbia, Md., LifeSpan Network represents more than 300 senior services organizations, assisting more than 45,000 seniors in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
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