Lisa Krinsky, MSW, LICSW, is the Director of the LGBTQIA+ Aging Project, which is a program of The Fenway Institute at Fenway Health in Boston that works toward equity, inclusion, and community for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual older adults, ensuring that they can age with the dignity and respect they deserve. Lisa has specialized in LGBTQIA+ aging for nearly two decades and, as a leader in this emerging field, presents throughout the USA and internationally on LGBTQIA+ cultural competency for mainstream aging service providers as well as a variety of practice and policy issues impacting LGBTQIA+ older adults and caregivers. She was instrumental in Massachusetts’ first, and only in the nation, legislation benefiting LGBTQIA+ older adults: The 2014 creation of the statewide LGBT Aging Commission and the 2018 LGBT cultural competency training requirement for Massachusetts’ entire statewide network of elder service providers. Lisa is a subject expert in the award-winning LGBTQ aging documentary Gen Silent, a member of the Massachusetts Special Legislative Commission on LGBT Aging, and a founding board member of LGBTQ Senior Housing Inc., developing The Pryde, New England’s first LGBTQ friendly affordable senior housing in Boston. Lisa earned her AB from Vassar College, her MSW from Simmons School of Social Work, and a Certificate in Non-Profit Management and Leadership from Boston University’s School of Management. She received the Beverly Ross Fliegel Social Policy Award from the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers and the Simmons School of Social Work Alumnae Association’s Distinguished Career Award.