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The Executive Office of Health and Human Services recently announced appointments in two key positions – the Executive Office of Elder Affairs and Department of Transitional Assistance. We are pleased to welcome Secretary Alice Bonner and Commissioner Jeff McCue.

Alice Bonner

Alice Bonner

Alice Bonner is a nationally known advocate for elders. She’s also the new Secretary of Elder Affairs. Secretary Bonner will lead the agency that represents one of the fastest growing segments of our population – those 85 and older. She is currently an Associate Professor of Nursing in the Bouve College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University in Boston. Her first official day is June 1.

Jeff McCue

Jeff McCue

Jeff McCue took the helm this week as the new Commissioner of the Department of Transitional Assistance. Commissioner McCue has a long public service record and has exhibited a strong commitment and passion for helping people in need over the course of his career. Most recently, he was a business consultant who helped large organizations resolve challenges by engaging employees and managing performance.

 

 

Read more about Secretary Bonner and Commissioner McCue’s 35-year-career here.

 

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