Program Manager, Stanford Caregiver Center
Amy Yotopoulos has two decades of experience in researching the aging mind and body, developing innovative new businesses focused on the senior market, and in leading direct service organizations and providing hands-on caregiving to mature elders. She has appeared as a speaker at TEDx San Francisco, and keynoted at international conferences. In addition to her previous roles at Stanford, AgeWave and as the Director of the Avenidas Senior Day Health Center in Palo Alto, she is currently a member of the Eskaton Board of Directors and serves on the Advisory Boards of Amava and Tellus. Amy holds a BS in Psychology from Stanford University, and received both a MS in Gerontology and a Masters in Health Administration from the University of Southern California. Currently, she heads up an innovative Caregiver Center in the new Stanford Hospital, is a trained death doula and volunteers at a local hospice.