As Director of 30th Street Senior Center, Valorie Villela’s mission is to help seniors remain healthy, active and in their community. This ideal has motivated her to work in the field of aging for over 35 years. She has been the Director of 30th Street Senior Center’s programs since 1987, which include the management and oversight of the eight programs: Home Delivered Meals, Senior Dining Rooms, Activities Program, Case Management, Transitional Care, Aging and Disability Resource Center, Healthier Living and the Always Active program.
Valorie serves on the board of directors of the Coalition of Agencies Serving the Elderly, is a member of San Francisco’s Long Term Care Coordinating Council and the advisory council for the UCSF’s Center for Aging in Diverse Communities. Valorie has taught Nutrition and Health Education in the Latino Community for over 35 years as a faculty member of City College of San Francisco.