Ana Poblet-Kouttjie coordinates research efforts and social media outreach for the National Center on Elder Abuse. She also coordinates a project funded by the Archstone Foundation in which she is developing educational materials about elder abuse in English and Spanish for family caregivers of people with dementia. Her main interests are elder abuse, older people of color, and aging policy. At the beginning of her career, Ana was a Social Services Coordinator at Community SeniorServ Inc., a non-profit agency serving older adults in Orange County. Ana received her Master of Public Health from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. During this time, she worked at the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and completed an internship in health education at the Department of Veteran Affairs. Her interest in the aging field began during her undergraduate studies in Sociology and Spanish at Chapman University, where she completed a qualitative senior thesis project investigating how older Mexican American women view the concept of “successful aging.”