Hilary Lang Greenebaum, PhD
Hilary’s first career was in Community Health Education and Gerontology. In the late 1970s – early 1980s, she worked at one of the first Adult Day Health Care Centers in the US. She then became an elementary school teacher, a middle school assistant principal, and instructor at the University of Colorado Denver.
In 2006 Hilary was interested in a career change. She wanted to connect her deep caring for people and with service and education. Helping people navigate through a completely new phase in life, and transitioning to additional Medicare health insurance, has been very rewarding because she like to help older people and their families.
In her spare time, Hilary likes to walk her perfectly adorable dogs (Jack and Henry), garden, and read. She volunteers at the Beaverton Main Library teaching technology classes and serves on the Beaverton Committee on Aging, a mayoral advisory group. The goal of the committee is to provide a forum within city government for older residents to communicate with the city’s senior community and city officials.
Hilary looks forward to getting to know you better and helping you make wise senior health insurance decisions.