Committees & Roundtables


Join LeadingAge New Jersey & Delaware for Engaging Committee & Roundtable Discussions!

Are you ready to elevate your knowledge and network with industry leaders in the senior living and aging services sector? Look no further than our exclusive member Roundtables & Committees, where we bring together experts, professionals, and enthusiasts to delve into pressing topics that shape the future of mission driven aging services.

Committees are open to participation for provider members and business partners. Roundtables are open for participation for provider members. Occasionally, topics will come up that members request further insights from our business partners, and partners may be invited to present to a roundtable.

Members are also encouraged to participate in one of many LeadingAge networks – learn more about those here.



Meets virtually 6 – 8 times per year and offers critical insights and support on annual calendar year education priorities as well as annual meeting planning.


Meets virtually each quarter to review and maintain the association’s annual budget.


Meets virtually as needed to plan the association’s annual Golf Classic.

Policy & Advocacy

Meets virtually each quarter to discuss member’s policy priorities, recent national and state advocacy, and regulatory updates.


Affordable Senior Housing Managers + Service Coordinators

Meets 6 times a year with guest experts, open member led discussions, and association updates on both state and national priorities. These meetings are offered virtually in the winter and spring and in person in the summer and fall.

Directors of Nursing

Meets virtually each quarter for member led conversations on trending priorities and concerns for aging services nursing staff.

Human Resources

Meets virtually each month for member led conversations on trending priorities and concerns for aging services HR staff.

If you’re interested in joining or learning more about any of our Committees or Roundtables, please don’t hesitate to reach out to LANJDE Membership Associate, Emma Bender (