Anne Hinton is a co-chair of the San Francisco Technology Council, a multi-stakeholder effort that advances digital inclusion for older adults and people with disabilities. The Tech Council recently adopted a new strategic initiative that will increase employment opportunities and technology skills for older adults and people with disabilities. Anne’s career spans more than 40 years including 10 years as the Executive Director of the San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services which serves older adults and younger adults with disabilities. In this capacity she had responsibility for the Department’s 4 divisions: In Home Supportive Services, Protective Services, Office on Aging/Veterans Services and Office of Long Term Care. Her prior positions include the following: Director of Home Care, Care Management and Fiduciary Services Department for the Institute on Aging, Director of Aging Services for San Francisco Catholic Charities, and Director of South San Francisco Senior Services. In the past she has served on the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging Board of Directors and the California Association of Area Agencies on Aging Board. Ms. Hinton was also an attendee of the 2015 White House Conference on Aging and the first recipient of the Justice in Aging 2016 Paul Nathanson Distinguished Advocate Award and the Community Living Campaign 2015 Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award.