David Dunkelman was the founding president and CEO of the Jewish community campus for aging in Buffalo, New York, a position he held for 30 years. He has a law degree and a masters in long-term care administration, and often writes and speaks about the evolution and future of aging in America. He consults nationally on organizational and community development. In 2016, both he and his art historian wife retired to New York City and shortly thereafter he began attending CMC. He has two children, a daughter in Concord NH and a son in Providence RI, and two exceptional granddaughters.