Greg Link, MA

Director, Office of Supportive and Caregiver Services, Administration for Community Living, U.S. Administration on Aging

Greg Link is the director of the Office of Supportive and Caregiver Services with the Administration for Community Living (ACL)/U.S. Administration on Aging (AoA), which oversees programs funded under the Older Americans Act (OAA), including Title III-B in-home supportive services, Title III-E National Family Caregiver Support Program as well as ACL’s Alzheimer’s disease programs.  Most recently, Greg’s team, in collaboration with a range of stakeholders from across the public and private sectors developed and released the 2022 National Strategy to Support Family Caregivers. The Strategy is intended to serve as a roadmap for the nation for better recognizing and supporting family and kinship caregivers.

Greg and his team also provide general oversight and technical assistance to the aging network on a range of program areas, including Information and Referral, family caregiver support programs and policies, housing, employment, transportation, LGBT aging, and Holocaust survivors.

Before coming to ACL/AoA, Greg worked at the National Association of State Units on Aging where he provided technical assistance and training to states on family caregiving, consumer direction, and transportation. Greg has also worked at the community level as a case manager and social services manager at Senior Friendship Centers in Fort Myers Florida. There, he oversaw the social services staff and the delivery of services funded by the Older Americans Act, state funds and Medicaid waivers.

Greg holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Central Florida and a Master of Arts in Government from Johns Hopkins University

Greg Link