Tucsonan, Olitzky Appointed to Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging 2018
For Immediate Release
Tucsonan, Olitzky Appointed to Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging
Tucson, AZ. WiT2, a Tucson based health care consulting & management firm announced today that CEO, Lee H. Olitzky, has been appointed to Governor Ducey’s Advisory Council on Aging.
Mr. Olitzky is the former president of Handmaker Services for Aging, a Tucson based rental based retirement community and direct service provider.
For the past ten years, Olitzky has provided management, consulting and medical billing services too federal and state governments, not for profits and American Indian tribal governments and their programs and services.
In communicating the appointment of Mr. Olitzky, Governor Ducey stated, “One of the satisfactions of holding office is the opportunity to recognize outstanding citizens by naming them to positions of leadership within our state government.”
The Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for older Arizonans. In alignment with its mandate and its mission, the Council reviews state policies, programs and service delivery systems that are critical to the overall health and well-being of older Arizonans and makes recommendations to the Governor, the Legislature, and state departments as it deems appropriate.
WiT2 was founded in response to the complex management and operational demands of the senior living and health care sectors.