Compassion & Choices, a Denver-based advocacy group focused on end-of-life care, hired Daniel Wilson to join its Washington-based staff as national and federal programs director.
Wilson, 37, came to the not-for-profit organization Feb. 3 from his role at the National Caucus and Center on Black Aged, also in Washington. There, he served as director of policy and program development. Wilson's resume also includes experience as a public affairs officer in the Office of Management and Budget, as well as stints as a staff assistant and regional finance coordinator under Democratic senators.
“Daniel’s unique combination of expertise on aging issues and political experience make him ideally suited to effectively building and growing our national campaigns,” Mickey MacIntyre, Compassion & Choices chief program officer, said in a release. “We are confident he can advance our work on improving care and expanding choice at the end of life.”Follow Rachel Landen on Twitter: @MHrlanden