Jennifer M. Bottomley, PhD, MS, PT A degree in Physical Therapy - University of Wisconsin; A masters degree Physical Therapy - MGH Institute ; A doctoral degree in Gerontology (Univ of Massachusetts) and a second PhD in Health Service Administration, Legislation, and Policy Management with a specialty in Gerontology (Union Institute). She’s practiced since 1974. Currently, she’s an academic and clinical educator in teaches Internationally and throughout the US. Jennifer is an Associate Professor at Simmons College and an Adjunct Professor at the MGH Institute in Boston, MA. She serves on several federal advisory boards for Medicare and the White House Advisory Panel for Health Care Reform. She practices in homeless shelters on a pro bono basis for the Committee to End Elder Homelessness/HEARTH in Boston and on the Board of Directors for HEARTH. Jennifer is the current President for International PhysioTherapists working with Older People (IPTOP), WCPT.