National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Board of Directors Executive Committee

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National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Board of Directors

Executive Committee 2015-2016

Shirley Berger Whitenack, Esq., CAP, President

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016

Shirley B. Whitenack is a partner at Schenck, Price, Smith & King, LLP, with offices in Florham

Park, Paramus, and Sparta, New Jersey, and co-chairs the firm’s Elder and Special Needs Law

Practice Group and the Estates and Trusts Litigation Practice Group. Ms. Whitenack devotes a

substantial portion of her practice to Elder and Special Needs Law, estate planning and

administration and trust and estate litigation. Ms. Whitenack is the President of the National

Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), a NAELA Fellow, and a member of NAELA’s

Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP), an invitation-only group of Elder Law and Special

Needs Planning practitioners. She is a past trustee of the Guardianship Association of New

Jersey, Inc. (GANJI) and has served as an adjunct professor of law in the J.D. and LL.M. in

Elder Law Program at Stetson University College of Law. Ms. Whitenack is a member of the

Special Needs Alliance (SNA), an invitation-only nationwide alliance of special needs planning

attorneys, the American Bar Association (Litigation Section and Real Property, Trusts & Estates

Section), the New Jersey State Bar Association’s (NJSBA) Advisory Committee on Continuing

Legal Education, and past chair of the NJSBA’s Elder & Disability Law Section. Ms. Whitenack

is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation’s Program Development Committee, the

Morris County Bar Association’s (MCBA) Estates & Trusts Committee, and is past chair of

MCBA’s Elder Law Committee.

Ms. Whitenack publishes and lectures extensively on topics related to guardianship, Elder Law

and estate and trust litigation. She is quoted in publications such as the Wall Street Journal,

Market Watch and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine. Ms. Whitenack received the

NJSBA’s Legislative Service Award in September 2003 for her contribution in drafting and

promoting revisions to New Jersey’s guardianship statutes and the NJSBA’s Amicus Curiae

Award in 2004. Ms. Whitenack received GANJI’s Recognition Award in October 2003 for her

contribution in advocating for the civil rights of incapacitated individuals. She received

NJICLE’s Distinguished Service Award in 2007 and the Distinguished Service Award from the

NJSBA’s Elder & Disability Section in 2009. Ms. Whitenack received the Community Health

Law Project’s Ann Klein Advocate Award in 2011 for improving the lives of people with

disabilities and was recognized in 2011 by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New

Jersey in a Joint Resolution for service to those with special needs. In 2012, she was honored by

the NJSBA for her long service as a trustee of the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal

Education and received the NJSBA’s Distinguished Legislative Service Award for her

contribution to New Jersey’s enactment of the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective

Proceedings Jurisdiction Act. Ms. Whitenack received the Morris County Bar Association’s

Civil Practice Award in 2015. She is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized

in New Jersey Monthly magazine as one of New Jersey’s top 100 Super Lawyers, one of New

Jersey’s top 50 women Super Lawyers as well as a top Elder Law “Super Lawyer.” Ms.

Whitenack is admitted to practice in New Jersey, the United States District Court for the District

of New Jersey, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She received her

undergraduate degree cum laude from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and

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attended Seton Hall University School of Law, where she held the position of Notes and

Comments Editor of the Seton Hall Law Review.

Catherine Anne Seal, CELA, President-Elect

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016

Catherine has been a NAELA member since 1997. She is a partner in the law firm of Kirtland & Seal,

LLC, in Colorado Springs and is one of only 10 attorneys in Colorado designated a Certified Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. She is a member of the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section where she is a member of the Publications Committee and she is also a member of the Senior Lawyers Division. She is the Public Administrator for the Fourth Judicial District of Colorado. She received her law degree from the University of Colorado Law School and is the first person to be awarded an LLM in Elder Law from Stetson University College of Law. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology from the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs. She has written Colorado Elder Law for Thomson West, which is a volume in the Colorado Practice Series. She is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and of the CBA Trust & Estates Section and Elder Law Section and is the past chair of the Elder Law Section.

Hyman G. Darling, CELA, CAP, Vice President

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016

Hy has been a member of NAELA since 1992. Hyman G. Darling is a principal at the law firm of Bacon &

Wilson, P.C., in Springfield, Massachusetts. He has been with this firm for 30 years and concentrates in the preparation of estate planning documents, Elder Law, estates and taxes, guardianship,

conservatorship, special needs planning, and adoptions. He previously was employed by Security National Bank in Springfield as a trust officer. Prior to that time, he was employed by Baybank in the Retail Banking Department. Attorney Darling is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, and is a former President of both the Hampden County Bar Association and Hampden County Estate Planning Council. He is on the adjunct faculty at Western New England University and Baypath University. He is a member of many civic and professional associations including the Planned Giving Committees of the American Cancer Society and Baystate Medical Center. He is an active member of NAELA, currently serving as Vice President, and he has lectured at both local and national NAELA programs and has published and spoken for MCLE.

Michael J. Amoruso, Treasurer

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016

Michael has been a NAELA member since 2002. Mr. Amoruso concentrates his practice on Elder Law,

asset preservation, estate planning, estate administration and guardianship. He is Past Chair of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) Elder Law Section, a member of the Executive Committee and former Chair of the Legislation Committee and the Estate & Tax Planning Committee. From 2011-2015, he received an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell – the highest possible rating for both legal ability and ethical standards. Mr. Amoruso was chosen as a 2010-2014 New York Metro

Super Lawyer for Elder Law. From 2011-2014 he was named one of the Top 25 Westchester Super

Lawyers among all practice areas and was featured by Super Lawyers Magazine in 2013 at:

http://digital.superlawyers.com/superlawyers/nyslrs13/?pg=32&pm=2&u1=friend#pg32. He was also included in the 2014 Best Lawyers in America for Elder Law. He was the 2010 recipient of the

prestigious NYSBA Elder Law Section Award as a principal drafter of NYSBA’s significant amendments to the 2009 Power of Attorney statute and the 2007 recipient of the NYSBA Elder Law Section Award for work as a principal drafter of the New York State Compact for Long Term Care - a bill that offers an alternative to Medicaid coverage for long-term care services. Mr. Amoruso is an Officer and member of the Board of Directors of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and is Immediate Past Chair of NAELA Public Policy and Chair of NAELA’s Programs and Publications Steering Committee.

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In 2013, he received NAELA’s President’s Recognition Award. He also served as President of the New York Chapter of NAELA and received the 2010 NAELA Outstanding New York Chapter Member Award. Locally, Mr. Amoruso was a member of the Westchester County Bar Association Board of Directors (WCBA), Chair of the WCBA Elder Law Committee and President of the Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester County. Mr. Amoruso is a nationally published author and frequent lecturer for the New York State Bar Association, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, National Association of Estate Planners and Councils, Stetson Law National Supplemental Needs Trust Conference, WealthCounsel LLC and ElderCounsel LLC, the Westchester Business Journal and

Generations, and is a frequent source of quotes and opinions by local press and The Wall Street Journal,

The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Kiplinger’s, New York Law Journal, AARP, Money,

bankrate.com, and Jewish World Review. Mr. Amoruso hosts the weekly “Eldercare on the Air™” radio

show on WFAS AM. In 2009, he received a U.S. Congressional Proclamation for his work in Elder Law and Special Needs Law. Mr. Amoruso is a Founding Principal of ElderCounsel LLC, the premier Elder Law and Special Needs Planning document drafting solution for attorneys. Most importantly, however, Mr. Amoruso is the doting father of two beautiful daughters.

Ron M. Landsman, Esq., CAP, Secretary

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016

Ron is a founding member of NAELA and has been a Fellow since 1991. He is a member of the Council of

Advanced Practitioners and the Special Needs Alliance, and Editor for Quality Control of the NAELA

Journal. With Jason Frank, he co-founded the First Maryland Disability Trust, a pooled special needs trust,

and has served on the Board and is counsel to Shared Horizons, Inc., which operates a pooled trust serving D.C. and Maryland. Before starting his Elder Law practice in 1983 he handled antitrust appeals for the U.S. Department of Justice and has filed briefs on behalf of NAELA and SNA as amici curiae in the U.S. Courts of Appeal for the 3rd, 4th, 8th and 10th circuits

Bradley J. Frigon, CELA, CAP, Past President

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016

Brad has been a member of NAELA since 1999. After receiving his Juris Doctor degree from Washburn

University in his home state of Kansas, Brad continued his education at the University of Denver earning his Master of Laws degree in Taxation. Practicing law for over 30 years, Brad has extensive experience in estate planning, Elder Law, special needs planning, probate and tax matters. Brad serves as Immediate President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, board member of the Special Needs Alliance, he is a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA), a member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP), the Colorado Bar Association, a Fellow in the Kansas Bar Association, and a board member of the Colorado Fund for People with Disabilities and a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). In addition to his practice, Brad is an Adjunct Professor at Stetson University College of Law, co-editor of content for The Special Needs Module for ElderCounsel, a nationally recognized speaker, author of numerous publications including co-author of Fundamentals of Special Needs Trusts and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, MSN Money, Kiplinger Retirement Report, and Bloomberg. He is recognized as a Colorado Super Lawyer and is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell.

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Directors as of June 1, 2015

Wendy Shparago Cappelletto, Director

June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2016

Wendy has been a member of NAELA since 2000. Wendy Shparago Cappelletto is an Assistant Public

Guardian with the Office of the Public Guardian of Cook County, in the Adult Guardianship Division. She is the supervising attorney for the Intake and Public Benefits departments. Prior to joining the Public Guardian’s Office in 1998, Ms. Cappelletto was a staff attorney at Prairie State Legal Services, Inc. Ms. Cappelletto is an active member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She is a member of the national Board of Directors and is the past chair of the Guardianship/Conservatorship Section of NAELA. She currently serves as a NAELA’s representative to the National Guardianship Network as well as serving as a member of the steering committee for the Guardianship/Conservatorship Section. She is a member of NAELA’s Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). In addition, she serves on NAELA’s International Committee and the CMS sub-committee. She is a two-time past president of the Illinois Chapter of NAELA and currently serves on the Illinois Chapter Board of Directors. She is a member of the Illinois Financial Abuse Specialist Team (IFAST). She served as an appointed member of the statewide steering committee on self-neglect and assisted with drafting administrative rules. She also was a member of the Suburban Cook County Coalition on Elder Abuse. She was one of the contributing authors to the Illinois Jurisprudence volume on Elder Law published in 2006. In addition, she was recently a delegate at the Third National Guardianship Summit in 2011. She has presented at the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys conferences, the World Guardianship Congress, the Governor’s

Conference on Aging, the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education, the Chicago Bar Association, as well as other organizations. In addition, she has guest lectured at DePaul, Loyola and John Marshall Law Schools in Chicago, Illinois. She received both her B.A. and her J.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Patricia E. K. Dudek, CAP, Director

June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2016

Patricia E. Kefalas Dudek, CAP, is the principal of Patricia E. Kefalas Dudek & Associates and the past chair of the Elder Law & Disability Rights Section of the State Bar of Michigan. Her practice

concentrates in Elder Law, Medicaid, estate planning, estates/trust administration, probate, administrative law and disability advocacy. Ms. Dudek’s practice includes advising and preparing estate planning documents, including special needs trusts; representation in Medicaid hearings to secure appropriate services; administration of estates, trusts, guardianship, conservatorship, and other protective

arrangements; and contested litigation in these areas. A prolific writer and lecturer on topics related to Medicaid, alternatives to guardianship and estate planning for people with disabilities, elders and their right to control their support services, Ms. Dudek was the author of the model contracts for Michigan’s Medicaid Self Determination Initiative. These contracts facilitate control over Medicaid service budgets and allows for creative solutions for housing and supports. Another creative solution used by Ms. Dudek on behalf of her clients is the use of a Pooled Account Trust for Medicaid planning. She was the first attorney in Michigan to draft one of these trusts and to secure approval for Medicaid by both the Social Security Administration and the State of Michigan. Ms. Dudek earned her B.A. degree from Michigan State University and her J.D. degree from the Detroit College of Law (now the Michigan State University School of Law), and maintains a membership in ASNP (Academy of Special Needs Planners), American Bar Association, State Bar of Michigan (member, Elder Law and Disability Rights Section), and the Oakland County Bar Association.

Other honors earned by Ms. Dudek are: the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Powley Elder Law Award in Fall 2005, coveted Fellow Status from the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys in

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Spring 2009, the Michigan Super Lawyers list as one of the top lawyers 2013; DBusiness, Detroit’s Premier Business Journal, named Dudek Top Lawyer for 2013; and Best Lawyers named Dudek as Michigan Lawyer of the Year for 2013. She was additionally named to the 2012 and 2013 list of Top Attorneys in Michigan by the New York Times. Lastly Ms. Dudek serves as a volunteer board member of The United Cerebral Palsy of Metropolitan Detroit, and is an active member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. These board positions are just some ways Ms. Dudek gives back to the community.

Roberta K. Flowers, Director

June 1, 2013 – May 31, 2017

Roberta has been a NAELA member since 2011. She is a professor of law at Stetson University College of

Law. Within the Elder Law LL.M. program, Professor Flowers teaches Ethics in an Elder Law Practice. She also teaches Evidence, Criminal Procedure, and Professional Responsibility. While at Stetson, she has served as the director of the Center for Excellence in Advocacy and as the William Reece Smith Jr. Distinguished Professor in Professionalism. During her time at Stetson, Professor Flowers has received the university-level Excellence in Teaching Award, Most Inspirational Teacher Award from the Student Bar Association, and an award from the Student Bar Association for supporting student life. She also has received the university-level Homer and Dolly Hand Award for Excellence in Scholarship, the Dean’s Award for Extraordinary Service, and has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award four times. In 2005, the Florida Supreme Court awarded Professor Flowers the Faculty Professionalism Award.

She has lectured worldwide on the topic of ethics. She won a Telly Award for Excellence in Educational Films for having produced a series of educational videos on the ethical issues faced by prosecuting attorneys. Along with Professor Rebecca Morgan, she created a video series used to train and educate attorneys nationwide on the ethical dilemmas faced by Elder Law attorneys. The Florida Supreme Court awarded Professor Morgan and Professor Flowers the Florida Supreme Court Professionalism Award for their video productions. Additionally, with Professor Morgan, Professor Flowers designed the nation’s first “elder friendly courtroom,” which serves as a model for courtrooms of the future. With Professor Morgan and Michael Kirtland, Kirtland and Seals, she wrote a book entitled Ethics and an Elder Law Practice, which was published in 2012.

Jason A. Frank, CELA, Director

June 1, 2014 – May 31, 2016

Jason has been a NAELA member since 1988. Jason Frank, New York University School of Law 1979, is

President of Frank, Frank & Scherr, LLC. His Elder Law, special needs and estate planning practice addresses the legal consequences of age-related and other disabilities. He serves as the Assistant Baltimore County Attorney for the Baltimore County Department of Aging. He authored Elder Law in

Maryland, Lexis Law Publishing Co., 2014 4th edition 2nd revision, and Maryland Medicaid Long Term

Care, Bisel, 2009, Supp. 2010 through 2015. He co-founded the Elder Law section of the Maryland State

Bar Association and has served, twice, as Chair of the Elder Law Section Council. He is a member of the Special Needs Alliance and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), where he is a member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners; he is a co-founder and Past President of the Maryland/D.C. NAELA Chapter. He is a graduate of Maryland Leadership 2001, AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell, has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Baltimore Magazine in 2008 through the present and received a Daily Record Leadership in Law Award for 2009. He serves as a Mentor for the Maryland Court of Appeals New Attorney Mentoring Program, teaches at the University of Baltimore Law School, Towson University, The Johns Hopkins University, the MSBA Continuing Education Program, and the University of Maryland School of Law. He is also Past President of First Maryland Disability Trust, Inc.,which operates a pooled asset special needs trust, the First Maryland Disability

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Trust. He was designated as a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation in 2009.

David Godfrey, Director

June 1, 2014 – May 31, 2016

David Godfrey has been a NAELA member since 2000. He is a senior attorney at the ABA Commission

on Law and Aging in Washington, D.C. He is responsible for the ABA’s role in the Administration on Aging-Funded National Legal Resource Center. Prior to joining the Commission he was responsible for Elder Law programming at Access to Justice Foundation in Kentucky. He earned his B.A. with honors at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, and his J.D. cum laude from the University of Louisville School of Law in Kentucky.

Morris Klein

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2017

Morris Klein practices elder and special needs law in Bethesda, Maryland, serving clients in the District of Columbia and suburban Maryland. He is a CELA, a CAP and a NAELA Fellow. He is a founding member and past president of the Maryland/DC Chapter of NAELA. Over the years he has served as the Chair of the Maryland State Bar Association Elder Law Section, the Bar Association of Montgomery County Elder Law Section and the co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the District of Columbia Bar Estates Trusts and Probate Law Section. He received his J.D., M.P.P. (Master in Public Policy) and B.A. degrees from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Letha Sgritta McDowell

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2017

Letha Sgritta McDowell currently serves as the Elder Law Community Liaison for InterActive

Legal and practices law with the law firm of Walker Lambe Rhudy Costely & Gill, PLLC. Ms.

McDowell is licensed to practice in both the Commonwealth of Virginia and the state of North

Carolina, and she actively practices in both states. Ms. McDowell is a Certified Elder Law

Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation and she is Board Certified as a specialist in Elder

Law by the North Carolina State Bar. Ms. McDowell is an active member of the National

Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, currently serving on several committees, and she is the current

Treasurer of the North Carolina Bar Association Elder Law Section. She serves as a member of

the North Carolina State Bar Committee on Specialization and she is an active mentor for the North

Carolina Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She is the former Editor in

Chief of “Gray Matters” the newsletter for the Elder Law Section of the North Carolina Bar

Association, and has served as a member of the Elder Law Section Councils for both the North

Carolina Bar Association and the Virginia Bar Association. Ms. McDowell has taught numerous

continuing education programs on Elder Law and Estate Planning in both Virginia and North

Carolina and speaks frequently to professional groups and community organizations on estate

planning and Elder Law topics. Ms. McDowell practices exclusively in the areas of Estate

Planning, Elder Law and Estate and Trust Administration. Ms. McDowell is also accredited to

prepare and prosecute claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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David L. McGuffey, CELA, CAP, Director

June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2016

David has been a NAELA member since 2001. He is a Certified Elder Law Attorney in private

practice with The Elder Law Practice of David L. McGuffey, LLC, in Dalton, Georgia. He limits

his practice to Elder Law and Special Needs Law. He is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell. David

attended Georgia State University (B.A., 1987; J.D., 1993). He is a member of various Bars and

Associations including NAELA, NELF, the State Bar of Georgia, the Tennessee Bar

Association, the State Bar of Michigan, and the Chattanooga Bar Association. Prior to limiting

his litigation practice, David regularly tried jury and bench trials and represented victims of

nursing home neglect. He is a past chair of the American Association for Justice’s nursing home

litigation group.

Leonard E. Mondschein, J.D., LL.M., CELA, CAP, Director

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2017

Len is a shareholder in The Elder Law Center of Mondschein and Mondschein, P.A., with offices in Miami and Aventura, Florida. He is double Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Elder Law and Wills, Trusts and Estates and has served as an advisor to graduating LL.M students at the University of Miami School of Law for the LL.M program in Estate Planning. He is a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation, and is a member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Mr. Mondschein received his Juris Doctor degree from New England Law and his Masters of Law degree from New York University. He is Past Chair of the Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar, and is Past President of the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys. He presently serves as Chair of the Practice Success Section of NAELA, as well as an Editor of NAELA News.

Samantha L. Shepherd

June 1, 2015 – May 31, 2017

Samantha is the founding attorney of Shepherd Elder Law Group, LLC. She actively practices in

both Kansas and Missouri. Her practice areas encompass Elder Law, estate planning, long-term

care planning and asset protection, Medicaid and VA planning, trust administration,

guardianships and special needs planning. She earned her JD in 1994 from Boston College Law

School and subsequently earned her LLM in Estate Planning from the University of Missouri in

Kansas City. Ms. Shepherd serves as Chair of the Missouri Bar Elder Law Committee and as the

President of the Missouri Chapter of NAELA. She is an active member of both the Kansas and

Missouri Chapters of NAELA. She is a Certified Elder Law Attorney, as designated by the

National Elder Law Foundation.

Jennifer VanderVeen, Director

June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2016

Jennifer has been a member of NAELA since 2003. She is a member of the Elder Law sections of both

the Indiana and Michigan state bars, and is a past chairperson of the Indiana Elder Law section and current member of the Board of Directors of NAELA’s Indiana Chapter. She is past chairperson of NAELA’s Tax Section Steering Committee and of the 2012 National Aging and Law Institute Planning Committee, and inaugural chair of the Summit Planning Committee. A frequent speaker to both professional and lay groups on a wide range of Elder Law issues, Jennifer has a wide-ranging Elder Law practice, with areas of law ranging from tax to special needs planning.

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Michael C. Weeks, CELA, Director

June 1, 2013 – May 31, 2017

Michael has been a NAELA member since 2004. Mike is the President of the Weeks Group, LLC, an

estate planning and Elder Law firm in St. Charles, Mo. He focuses his practice in the areas of estate planning and Elder Law and helps clients through the creation of wills, revocable living trusts, power of attorney documents, health care directives, as well as estate tax planning. Additionally, he is also very active in the areas of Medicaid planning, Veteran's Benefits, and asset protection against the costs of long-term care, as well as non-Medicaid solutions to long-term care crisis situations and prevention of crisis situations. He has been a presenter at several continuing education seminars for other lawyers on Elder Law issues both locally and nationally. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he received his law degree, as well as an MBA from the Trulaske College of Business at the University of Missouri. Mike is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, and the Missouri Bar. With NAELA, he was the inaugural chair of the Young/New Attorneys Section, and was co-chair of the 2012 Annual Meeting. He is a past recipient of the Outstanding Chapter Member award for Missouri from NAELA. Mike is a Past President of the Missouri Chapter of NAELA, and is also Past President of the St. Charles County Habitat for Humanity affiliate. In addition to his work with Habitat, he is a current member of the Board of Directors of the Boone Center International, and a former board member of the St. Charles Noonday Kiwanis Club.

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Kirsten Brown Simpson

Sr. Director, Planning and Education 1577 Spring Hill Road, Suite 310 Vienna, VA 22182 P: (703) 942-5711 F: (703) 563-9504 E: kbrownsimpson@naela.org Hugh K. Webster Legal Counsel

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