Aimee Sterk, LLMSW, is a woman with invisible disabilities and has been working in the aging and disability community for almost 20 years. She started her career helping people transition out of nursing homes and progressed to policy and program development to support community living using assistive technology. She has written successful grants totaling over $1 million dollars and has presented to and worked with governmental task forces and audiences around the state and nation on inclusion, grant writing, nursing facility transition, financial literacy, disability, voting rights, effective communication, community-based long-term care and assistive technology. As social policy chair for the League of Women Voters in Holland, Aimee coordinated a National Organization on Disability award-winning program to increase voter accessibility for older adults and people with disabilities in West Michigan. Aimee served on the national board of the Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs and is on the Outpatient Advisory Committee for Spectrum Health. She has a B.A. in Psychology from Hope College and an M.S.W. from Michigan State University.