Webinar banner
2nd Tuesday Executive Leadership Webinar - Integrating Technology to Reduce Social Isolation in Senior Affordable Housing

01:06:00

Jul 9, 2019 11:02 AM

Webinar logo
* Required information
Loading

Speakers

Mary Stompe
Executive Director @PEP Housing
Mary Stompe has been serving as PEP Housing’s Executive Director since 2004. Prior to joining PEP Housing, Ms. Stompe worked in nonprofit administration, mostly for educational and social service organizations. She started her career as a Certified Public Accountant working as an Auditor for a Public Accounting Firm. She founded Rebuilding Together, Petaluma, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing seniors and people with disabilities with no cost home repairs, allowing them to remain in their homes. Mary has also served as a Petaluma City Councilmember. She is a Certified Public Accountant, Senior Professional in Human Resources, and a real estate broker. She has an MBA in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Management. She serves on the Board of Directors for Leading Age, California as Vice President on the Housing Cabinet and Public Policy Cabinet. Most recently, Stompe was awarded the Outstanding Advocacy award by Leading Age.
Eric Dowdy
COO @LeadingAge California
Eric Dowdy has worked for LeadingAge California for over 20 years in various public policy capacities. As the Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Dowdy’s chief responsibilities include working with the California State Legislature, regulatory agencies and the general public to implement LeadingAge California’s public policy priorities. In his current role, he manages the overall advocacy and communication efforts of the association, which includes leading the public policy advocacy team, directing statewide grassroots campaigns, as well as developing public policy and strategy. Prior to joining LeadingAge California, Mr. Dowdy worked for a nonprofit trade association and the American Red Cross. Mr. Dowdy is a former member of the University of California, Sacramento Center’s capitol scholar program where he interned in the California State Senate.