Investigator Navigation (AC)

Herndon, Laurie – MSN, GNP, BC
Credentials: MSN, GNP, BC
Role:

Project Director, Investigator Navigator Team
Core Navigator, Stakeholder Engagement Team

Primary title: Project Director
Primary Institution: Hebrew SeniorLife’s Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research
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Project Director, Hebrew SeniorLife’s Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research

Bio: Laurie Herndon, MSN, GNP-BC, is a Senior Project Director at Hebrew SeniorLife’s Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research. In this role, she supports the Navigation and Stakeholder Engagement Teams for the NIA IMPACT Collaboratory. Passion for improving the lives of older adults, promoting cross continuum collaboration, and advocacy for improving quality for direct care staff and care recipients across settings characterizes Ms. Herndon’s work history. She has served in a variety of clinical and leadership roles in MA and nationally with particular expertise in improving Care Transitions, reducing avoidable hospitalizations from SNFs and reducing antipsychotic use.
Luers, Erin – MS
Credentials: MS
Role:

Project Director, Communication & Knowledge Dissemination Team

Primary title: Project Director
Primary Institution: Hebrew SeniorLife’s Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research
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Project Director, Hebrew SeniorLife’s Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research

Bio: Erin Luers, MS is a Project Director with the NIA IMPACT Collaboratory on the Communications and Knowledge Dissemination Team. She focuses on systems integration of the IMPACT SharePoint/WordPress websites and Smartsheet project management system, consulting with the Investigator Navigation Team on the capture, management, and presentation of data into dashboards, and coordinates the IMPACT Grand Rounds series. She got her bachelor’s degree in anthropology with art and biology minors at Hamilton College and received her master’s in medical sciences from Boston University School of Medicine. Ms. Luers started working at the Marcus Institute in June 2018. She enjoys cooking, skiing, and hiking.