Maggie Flowers plays a central role in the development of programmatic activities across NCOA’s economic security division. She manages the Economic Security Initiative, which offers innovative programs to help older adults create a plan to build their own economic security, and the Center for Benefits Access’ Benefits Enrollment Centers, which use person-centered strategies in a coordinated, community-wide approach to help low-income seniors access benefits. Prior to joining the staff at NCOA, Maggie was the Interim Director of the Elder Economic Security Initiative at Wider Opportunities for Women, where she led a multi-year national campaign to build economic security for elders and their families through advocacy, research, organizing, and outreach. She received her Master of Public Service and Administration, with a focus in nonprofit management, from Texas A&M University.
Many programs exist to help older adults save money on their health care, household costs, and more. But did you know that there are other resources that may be able to save them money? We will share three free tools that can identify budgeting tools, jobs, benefits, and more.