Bruce Mondschain, 72, is all for experiencing “firsts” at any time in life. He picked up the cello at 45 and became an entrepreneur, starting his own health consulting firm after 35 years in the non-profit sector and five years in a corporation.
Director of Field Services
Greg L. Finch, DMin, MDiv, MTS, BED guides the creation of transformational learning environments across the lifespan as Director of Field Services for the National Center for Creative Aging. His project portfolio includes NCCA Annual National and Global Conferences, the NCCA Creative Caregiving Initiative, the NCCA Professional Development Institute, and collaborative design of a range of NCCA conference, leadership, and virtual events.
Greg serves as adjunct faculty at Georgetown University, the George Washington University School of Medicine and Behavioral Sciences, and the George Mason University Center for the Advancement of Well-Being. He holds a doctorate in Medicine, Spirituality and Aesthetics alongside degrees with honors in divinity, arts management, and architecture from Wesley Theological Seminary, Princeton Theological Seminary, The American University, and Texas A&M University and served as an Associate Fellow with Dr. Christina Puchalski at the George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health.