Diane Oyler, Ph.D., is a program officer at the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York.
Formerly coordinator of Neighborhood Services for the Erie County Department of Senior Services, Diane led the Department’s efforts to coordinate the delivery of Older American Act services through a network of public and non-profit agencies.
As a lecturer at Buffalo State College, she teaches for the college’s public administration department.
She earned a Ph.D. in political science from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and is a graduate of the Health Foundation’s Health Leadership Fellows program.
Recent Posts by Diane Oyler
Why not take the time to ask older adults and caregivers about their everyday experiences and memorable moments to gain better insight into their needs? In this how-to post, a foundation describes its Aging by Design initiative.