Diane Kolack, Policy Associate, currently manages the New York Academy of Medicine’s technical assistance program for Health and Age Across All Policies in New York State. She has 12 years of experience in health advocacy and community organizing, as well as in New York City and State policy. Through the Academy’s Advancing Prevention Project, Diane developed and implemented webinars, learning collaboratives, and convenings to support local health departments, health systems, and community coalitions in their local implementation of the New York State Prevention Agenda. Prior to her work in public health, Diane spent a decade managing a community-based law firm as a paralegal focused on services for older adults. She graduated magna cum laude from Hunter College and holds an Advanced Certificate in Public Health from the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy.