The president and CEO of LeadingAge, an association of more than 6,000 not-for-profit aging services providers nationwide, will be the featured speaker at this year’s statewide meeting of LeadingAge Nebraska. The conference is scheduled for October 2-3 at the Omaha Regency Marriott in Omaha.

Larry Minnix has been a passionate advocate for leadership and innovation in not-for-profit aging services for more than 35 years. During his tenure, he established the LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST), developed programs to address important issues like workforce retention and regulatory reform, and is currently advocating for long-term care financing reform.  Minnix will be discussing the implications for not-for-profit providers of aging services as current trends and consumer impressions of aging change.  LeadingAge is currently working with the Commission on Long-Term Care and Congress to advance a solution for financing long-term services.  Other speakers at the conference will include Clint Maun of Maun-Lemke, Jensen Rogert Associates, Scott Moore with Baird Holm, Earl Redrick of Omaha HUD Offices, Dr. Tom Manguson, UNMC , Dottie Brown and Brenda Bergman Evans, Alegent.

LeadingAge Nebraska is a State Association of non-profit organizations whose fundamental purpose is to improve the care and services provided to older Nebraskans.  Their mission is to forge partnerships that yield innovative practices which in turn transform how their members care for Nebraska seniors.  LeadingAge Nebraska is Nebraska’s resource for education, helping non-profit Providers pursue excellence in serving older adults. For more information, visit