Kevin Prindiville is Justice in Aging’s Executive Director. He is a nationally recognized expert on Medicare and Medicaid policy and has served as counsel in several class action lawsuits protecting low-income senior’s access to public benefits. Kevin has a long history of developing partnerships and directing strategic advocacy efforts. The author of numerous articles, reports and briefs, he frequently testifies before legislators, presents at national conferences and works closely with both federal and state regulatory agencies. He also is quoted often in national and California media. Kevin is on the Board of Directors of the American Society on Aging. Prior to joining Justice in Aging, Prindiville worked as a staff attorney at the Pennsylvania Health Law Project in Philadelphia where he represented low-income individuals having trouble obtaining health care. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and the University of California, San Diego. Kevin is admitted to the California Bar.
Jennifer Goldberg is Justice in Aging’s Deputy Director, based in the Washington D.C. office. In this role, she works internally and externally to coordinate strategy, planning and evaluation across all of Justice in Aging’s programs. She also provides leadership for the National Center on Law and Elder Rights. Previously, Jennifer directed the Justice in Aging Health Team. Her teaching experience includes serving as adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to joining Justice in Aging in 2015, she was the Director of Advocacy for Elder Law and Health Care at Maryland Legal Aid. Jennifer spent fourteen years in legal services, advocating for low-income older adults on Medicaid, long-term care, income security, housing, and consumer issues. She served as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange from 2011 – 2015. Jennifer received a JD from Harvard Law School; and a LL.M. in advocacy from Georgetown University Law Center. She is a graduate of Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges.
Regan Bailey works in Justice in Aging’s Washington D.C. office. As the director of Justice in Aging’s litigation activities, Regan represents low-income seniors and individuals with disabilities in federal court to preserve access to social safety net benefits. Regan’s work prior to joining Justice in Aging has been grounded in protecting the rights of low income people and people with disabilities in the context of health care and civil rights. Most recently, Regan was a Senior Trial Attorney at the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division. There she enforced the Americans with Disabilities Act’s mandate that people receiving public services in the most integrated setting appropriate. Prior to joining DOJ, Regan’s worked for several Protection and Advocacy agencies and legal aid organizations around the country, including in West Virginia, the Navajo Nation, and Washington D.C. She also served as the Director of Legal Advocacy at Disability Rights Washington (Seattle) and as the Assistant Director for Public Benefits and Economic Stability at the Maryland Legal Aid Bureau. Regan is a graduate of the District of Columbia School of Law (now the University of the District of Columbia, David A Clark School of Law) and American University.