Over 10,000 people will turn 65 each day. But a lot of our elders live in isolation and fear, which is detrimental to their health. 51% live alone. It is critical for us to stay connected to each other, especially our seniors, explains Walter Woods. Walter’s passion is in inspiring others to inspire themselves. He has over 20 years of social development experience working both with and for younger and older adults in America.

Prior to assuming the CEO role of the Humana Foundation, Walter served as President of the Good Samaritan Foundation, Vice President – Strategic Programs for the AARP Foundation, a consultant to The World Bank Group, Chief Development Officer for the
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington and Managing Director – Commercial Markets for the American Gas Association.
Walter has a MBA from Northwestern University – J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Evanston,
IL, 1989; BBA, cum laude, from Howard University, Washington, DC, 1987; and completed the Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, Palo Alto, California, 2013, Leadership Greater Washington, 2003 and Leadership South Dakota, 2016.