The APA Committee on Aging welcomes new members

Lisa Brown, PhD, and Brian Carpenter, PhD, began terms this January.

The APA Committee on Aging (CONA) welcomes its two newest members, Lisa Brown, PhD, and Brian Carpenter, PhD, who began three-year terms in January.

Brown is a tenured associate professor in the school of aging studies at the University of South Florida, co-training director for the center of innovation at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital, and assistant clinical director of disaster behavioral health services, Florida Crisis Consortium of the Florida Department of Health. Carpenter is a tenured associate professor in the department of psychology at Washington University, a member of both the clinical and aging & development programs. He directs a clinical geropsychology research laboratory, which trains undergraduate and graduate students in conducting research related to older adults and aging. 

They join Jennifer Moye, PhD (chair), Kimberly Hiroto, PhD, Karen Roberto, PhD, and Glenn Smith, PhD, as 2014 CONA. 

Many thanks to Kelly O’Shea Carney, PhD, and Manfred Diehl, PhD, who completed their CONA terms in 2013.

2014 CONA – Front row: Kimberly Hiroto, PhD, Glenn Smith, PhD, Karen Roberto, PhD Back row: Lisa Brown, PhD, Jennifer Moye, PhD (Chair), Brian Carpenter, PhD, Debbie DiGilio, MPH, APA Staff Liaison

2014 CONA – Front row:  Glenn Smith, PhD, Karen Roberto, PhD
Back row: 
Kimberly Hiroto, PhD, Lisa Brown, PhD, Jennifer Moye, PhD (Chair), Brian Carpenter, PhD, Debbie DiGilio, MPH, APA Staff Liaison