A community resource provided by:
Harry S. Margolis, co-founder.
An elder law attorney since 1987, Mr. Margolis is also the founder and president of ElderLawAnswers and the founder and managing attorney of Margolis & Associates, a law firm specializing in elder law based in Boston, Massachusetts. He is the editor of The ElderLaw Report and The ElderLaw Portfolio Series and author of the ElderLaw Forms Manual. Mr. Margolis is a fellow of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and has been a member of the adjunct faculty of Boston College Law School.
Vincent J. Russo, co-founder.
Mr. Russo is the managing shareholder of Vincent J. Russo & Associates, P.C., Long Island's Signature Elder Law, Special Needs and Estate Planning Law Firm with offices in Westbury, Islandia, Woodbury and Lido Beach, New York. Vincent Russo has championed the rights of seniors and people with special needs since 1985.
Ken Coughlin, editorial director.
Mr. Coughlin brings 29 years of publishing experience to the Academy of Special Needs Planners . He is editorial director of the Web site ElderLawAnswers and has been the Managing Editor of The ElderLaw Report since 1992. Before joining the Academy of Special Needs Planners, Mr. Coughlin was Editorial Director of Faulkner & Gray's Healthcare Information Center, a publishing unit of Thomson Financial, where his responsibilities included the production of several CD-ROM publications.
Mark Miller, executive director.
Mr. Miller's responsibilities include managing member recruitment and retention, marketing, product development and customer service. Mr. Miller brings more than 15 years of experience in sales and business development for web-based service providers. Past projects have included consulting for McDonald Investments (division of KeyCorp.), Director of Technology Partnership for Food.com and executing web development or licensing agreements with companies such as Noggin (Viacom), FoxFamily, The Discovery Channel and LEGO for Headbone Interactive, a kids digital content company.