About Us

AMLLC’s profile:

  • A New Mexico certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned (SDVO) Small Business
  • A philosophical approach which incorporates a multidisciplinary human services foundation and responsiveness to customer cost, quality, and schedule requirements
  • Business lines include: education and training, advocacy and outreach, mixed methods research, project/program planning and development, and administration/policy
  • Doctoral degrees specializing in human services and gerontology, with a focus on human aging
  • Use of mixed methods research to investigate and report on the physiological, psychological, and social elements of aging through advocacy, education, and innovation
  • Demonstrated proficiencies in federal grant program execution, development and implementation of healthy aging tenets, state level strategic planning, and aging related program design and development
  • Well-suited as goal-oriented, creative problem solvers to perform in a teaming partner environment for program design, strategic planning, and scientific and social research within the public and private sectors
  • Adept at prime or subcontract management activities and responsibilities
  • Adroitly incorporate Quality Assurance measures into each project
  • Present aging related topics at state, national, and international forums
  • Recognized leaders holding executive level positions on several statewide advisory councils/executive committees
  • Fiscal sponsorship through New Mexico not-for-profit organizations [501 (c) 3] for foundation research opportunities

Aging Matters, LLC is Jack Bishop & Ellen Driber-Hassall