Kevin Madden, a financial management professional with more than three decades of experience, is now NCOA's Chief Financial Officer.
Madden oversees NCOA’s finance, information technology, and human resources departments.
Madden joins NCOA just as the organization launches a $50 million grant initiative to improve vaccination among older adults and will work to further strengthen the organization’s operations.
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Arlington, VA (January 10, 2022)—The National Council on Aging (NCOA), the national voice for every person’s right to age well, has named Kevin Madden as its new Chief Financial Officer.
Madden comes to NCOA with 30 years of experience in financial management, 25 at large trade associations. He specializes in strategic planning, organizational development, change management, board relations, and product development. He will oversee NCOA’s finance, information technology, and human resources departments.
“We are proud and excited to welcome Kevin to NCOA,” said Ramsey Alwin, NCOA President and CEO.
“His passion for excellence and breadth of expertise will ensure that NCOA maintains its trajectory of success in improving the lives of older adults.”
Prior to joining NCOA, Madden was Chief Financial Officer for the American Psychological Association (APA), a medical society with over 37,000 global members. There, he was responsible for finance, human resources, the annual meeting, and APA’s investment strategy.
“I’m thrilled to join NCOA just as it received its largest-ever grant—$50 million from the Administration for Community Living to help older adults get the latest COVID and flu vaccines and protect their health,” said Madden. “I’m looking forward to further strengthening the organization’s operations, so it can continue to accomplish its mission.”
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is the national voice for every person’s right to age well. We believe that how we age should not be determined by gender, color, sexuality, income, or ZIP code. Working with thousands of national and local partners, we provide resources, tools, best practices, and advocacy to ensure every person can age with health and financial security. Founded in 1950, we are the oldest national organization focused on older adults. Learn more by following us at @NCOAging.