Marianne Nicolosi's career boasts more than 35 years of progressively more responsible experience in delivering community-based services for the elderly. She has experience in management and administration of Home Care, Home Delivered Meals, Case Management, Social Adult Day Services, Senior Centers, Care Giver, and Dementia Specialty Services.
She is a thought leader and innovator in the aging field and has been a fearless advocate for expanding community-based elderly services in New York State. Ms. Nicolosi has served for more than two decades in a leadership capacity for the New York State Adult Day Services Association - serving as Conference Chair, Public Policy Chair, and President.
Ms. Nicolosi created a curriculum for a Certificate Program for Administrating Adult Day Centers as an Adjunct Professor at the Brookdale Center for Aging. In recent years she has served in the role of consultant for several start-up centers for Adult Day Services.
Ms. Nicolosi received her MSW from Hunter College School of Social Work in 1989 and has an additional Graduate degree in Corporate and Political Communication from Fairfield University in 1979. She received her BA from Hunter College in 1976 and graduated Summa Cum Laude.