The National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) announced a significant expansion of its team, adding new staff and promoting a key leader to support the organization’s growing initiatives in research, communications, operations, and public health.

Experienced Professionals Join the Ranks

  • George Kueppers, PhD, a seasoned health communication scientist, joins as Senior Manager of Research to bolster key research projects, including the CARE Network and Caregiving in the U.S., NAC’s signature data collection effort.
  • Davisha Davis, a seasoned communications strategist with over eight years of experience, steps in as Associate Director of Communications. She will spearhead communication strategies to solidify NAC’s position as the leading voice on family caregiving issues.
  • Jamar Rogers brings over 15 years of budgeting and financial management expertise to the role of Director of Operations. His multifaceted experience in the non-profit sector will be instrumental in supporting NAC’s strategic growth.
  • Courtney A. Polenick, PhD, an expert on family caregiving within complex care contexts, joins as a Policy Fellow through the Health and Aging Policy Fellowship Program.

Promotion Recognizes Leadership

  • Antoinette “Toni” Gingerelli has been promoted to Director of Policy and Advocacy. She will continue to champion advocacy efforts to drive action on the National Strategy to Support Family Caregivers through NAC’s signature #ActOnRAISE Campaign.

Building the Future of Caregiving

“We are thrilled to welcome these accomplished professionals to the National Alliance for Caregiving,” stated Jason Resendez, President and CEO. “These additions position NAC to make significant strides in developing the health, economic, and social infrastructure needed to truly value the contributions of America’s 53 million family caregivers.”

This expansion builds upon NAC’s growth over the past two years, with strategic hires in policy, advocacy, and programming. The organization anticipates ongoing growth as it works to transform the future of caregiving.

About the National Alliance for Caregiving

Established in 1996, the National Alliance for Caregiving is a national membership-based organization focused on building health, wealth, and equity for family caregivers through research, innovation, and advocacy. We envision a society that values, supports, and empowers family caregivers to thrive at home, work, and life. Learn more at

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Davisha Davis
Associate Director of Communications
National Alliance for Caregiving